Roman Relocates Vegas Showroom

LAS VEGAS-Roman has relocated its showroom on the ninth floor of World Market Center here.

Roman is moving from what was a brand new showroom in January to another new space on the ninth-floor of building C. Sally Murphy, director of merchandising, said the new suite, C-907, is located in a highly-visible location adjacent to the escalators, allowing current and new customers to easily find Roman, Cottage Garden and Alexa's Angels.

"Opening our showroom in Las Vegas this past January was a great move for our family of companies," said Dan Loughman, president and CEO of Roman. "Moving to what we'd consider an 'anchor' location on the ninth-floor allows us to build on what we have already established as a successful market."

A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place Monday, July 29 at 3 p.m.

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