Manual Woodworkers Takes Vegas Show Space with Next Step Reps

Manual Woodworkers Marks 80th Anniversary, Expands ShowroomsManual Woodworkers Marks 80th Anniversary, Expands Showrooms

HENDERSONVILLE, N.C.-Manual Woodworkers and Weavers has reached an agreement with Next Step Reps whereby it will occupy part of the sales representative company's showroom space at the World Market Center in Las Vegas.

Next Step's showroom is in building C, room 891 of the World Market Center. Previously, the home decor manufacturer had its own showroom in building C, room 832, which measured 1,400 square feet. The space Manual Woodworkers will occupy in the Next Step showroom has yet to be determined, as Next Step is now in the process of laying out the space.

Manual Woodworkers will be in the Next Step showroom for this month's Las Vegas Market. Sandra Pryor, design and development executive with Manual Woodworkers, said the Next Step space is "a beautiful 'destination' showroom," so that "it made sense to make the move."

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