Howard Elliott to Exhibit at Atlanta Market

Howard Elliott CollectionCAROL STREAM, Ill.-The Howard Elliott Collection will exhibit for the first time at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market this January, with a 1,800 square-foot showroom in AmericasMart's Building 1, 13-F-1.

The designer, manufacturer and importer of decorative mirrors, accessories and occasional furniture has signed a multi-year showroom lease, it said.

"As the business climate is improving, the timing was perfect to take advantage of the opportunity AmericasMart afforded us as well as to feature our expanded collections of accessories and accent furniture which complement our decorative mirrors," said Brian Berk, president, Howard Elliott. We believe that this will be a great long-term partnership."

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