Caffco to Unveil New Dallas Showroom

MONTGOMERY, Ala.-Home decor and garden manufacturer Caffco will reveal its newest showroom in the Dallas Trade Mart in January.

This launch follows the opening of its showroom in Building 2 in Atlanta's AmericasMart earlier this year. In addition, Caffco has announced its partnership with the Dallas-based J. Brandes sales organization.

When visiting the new Dallas showroom on the second floor, room 2232, visitors will find Caffco's newest designs for 2011 in several product categories, including home decor, garden, inspirational, tabletop and entertaining.

"The result is a value-driven 'One Stop Shop' that meets the buying preferences of our customers, whether they make their selection in our showrooms in Dallas and Atlanta, by catalog or on our website," said Lamar Thompson, president.

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