Just Got 2 Have It! Expands in Atlanta

ATLANTA-Just Got 2 Have It! Inc., a sales representative firm, has expanded and relocated its showroom at AmericasMart here in time for The Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market next week.

 

Just Got 2 Have It! has expanded into 9,278 square feet of space located at Building 2, showroom 1721. The show takes place Jan. 11-18; the temporaries are open Jan. 13-17. 

 

"Due to the addition of our new Glam Division in January 2011, and its double-digit success during AmericasMart's July 2011 Market, we were faced with the predicament of needing more showroom space," said Barbara Knight, president. "When presented with the opportunity to expand into the much larger space on the coveted 17th Floor of Building 2, we just couldn't say no. We are so excited to have both divisions under one roof and can't wait to open the doors of our new showroom space at the January 2012 Gift Show and are confident that our retailers will enjoy shopping our brands in the new beautiful space."

 

Just Got 2 Have It! represents lines in personal care, ladies accessories, home accessories, and specialty gift items, including bags, candles and kitchenware, among others.

 

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