Pro-Mart To Expand Carousel Closet Organizer Line
January 4, 2012,
The Smart Carousel line will expand at the International Home + Housewares Show. promartinc.com
Pro-Mart expands its carousel style of closet organizers this year with the launch of a three-tier back-to-college collection and jewelry organizers at the International Home + Housewares Show in March. Hung in the closet, the products can hold a range of items for storage and revolve 360 degrees.
Pro-Mart has more than 40 years of manufacturing experience in the home storage and organization category and "our forte has always been constant innovation, which made us the leader," said Sam Sabounjian, project manager. "We design products that are not only a necessity in every household, but we also try to add a unique and different flair to make the product different from what has traditionally been out in the marketplace."
The new collections build on the Smart Carousel line, which debuted last year and holds up to 20 pairs of shoes and 10 purses. "So far, the response has been outstanding which shows us customers have a huge need for maximizing their closet space," said Sabounjian.
The home storage line is now the largest category for Pro-Mart and includes the smartbag compression line.
"Consumers are getting more and more conscious of living in a neater and pleasant environment since they are spending more time on the Internet and with their audio/TV entertainments at home," Sabounjian added. "Moreover, consumers are moving to smaller living spaces and like to get more organized."
Other introductions to come from Pro-Mart at the Housewares Show include more environmental friendly items.
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