Source One Marketing Increases Square Footage in Dallas

DALLAS-Source One Marketing is expanding its Dallas showroom at Dallas Market Center to more than 2,600 square feet. The newly expanded showroom will debut at the upcoming Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, January 18-24, 2012, and will showcase more than 40 housewares and gourmet food product lines, including the Oggi housewares line, as announced yesterday.

"Source One Marketing continues to provide a wide range of products and superior customer service to our buyers," said Bill Winsor, president and CEO, Dallas Market Center. "We are pleased with their expansion and wish them continued success in Dallas."

"My partner, Kay Hatterman, and I are enthusiastic about the coming year," said Bill Rogers, president, Source One Marketing. "We have very innovative products that most certainly will be profitable for our retailers. Our partnership with the Dallas Market Center has proved to be an important progression for our company."

Besides Oggi, Source One Marketing also represents Bobble, Bodum, Brix, Chantal, Core Bamboo, Epicurean USA, FireWire, Fissler, Joseph Joseph, Jura-Capresso, Kai (Shun) USA, Kitchen Supply, Kuhn Rikon, Lodge, Mastrad, Prepara, Regal Ware, Roland, Smith's Edge, Swiss Diamond, Terraillon and Zojirushi, among others.

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HFN provides detailed information on the key home classifications: Housewares, Tabletop, Floor Covering & Rugs, Furniture, Home Textiles, Lighting, Home Decor, Mattresses & Bedding, Gifts, Major Appliances and Consumer Electronics as well as Business, Finance and Retail.

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