World Market Center Las Vegas Welcomes Grasslands Road

LAS VEGAS-Grasslands Road, a division of Amscan, Inc. is among the newest tenants in Building C at Gift+Home at Las Vegas Market.  The company's 7,500 square-foot showroom is its largest location in the western United States, according to International Market Centers, parent company of Las Vegas Market.

Grasslands Road is a supplier of everyday and seasonal home decor, gift and tabletop collections. "We are excited to become part of the World Market Center Las Vegas and believe we have a significant opportunity to reach a larger share of our regional, national and international customers through our new showroom location," said Craig Leaf, president. "We will unveil, in Las Vegas, over 3,000 innovative products across 100-plus collections including 600 new products for January 2013." 

The Grasslands Road permanent showroom is located in Suite #C868 on Level 8 of Building C.

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