Imax to Celebrate Anniversary in High Point

IMAXTULSA, Okla.-Imax Corporation is celebrating 30 years of business this year, and will host a party with cake and champagne this Saturday, April 5, at High Point Market. The festivities will begin at 3 p.m. with a champagne toast in its IHFC showroom, W446, and run until 5 p.m.

Founded by Al and Faye Bulak, the company started in 1984 as a small home business selling copper flower containers. It is now a leading company in the home accents category, serving the retail, e-commerce, wholesale and hospitality industries. Its product line now includes more than 4,500 active SKUs displayed in permanent showrooms in Atlanta, Dallas, Las Vegas, High Point and Tulsa, plus a new showroom opening this June in Ontario, Calif.

"We create value for our customers by providing great products, good prices, quick shipping and unmatched customer service in a timely manner," said Bulak. "Our focus has been and always will be on creating sales and value for our customers."

Rex Yoakley, vice president of sales, added, "The resources that we offer our customers are greater than ever. Our showrooms, catalogs, website, sales and customer service departments, logistics and operations are second to none in providing the total package."

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