AF Lighting Returns to High Point Market; Will Host Olson and Surmelis Events

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-AF Lighting is returning to High Point Market with the opening of its 4,900 square-foot showroom, located in the International Home Furnishings Center space M430, next month. The showroom comes as the company grows and wants to accommodate both its expanding Candice Olson collection as well as its new angelo:HOME collection, which debuted in January, the company said.

To celebrate the opening, AF Lighting will host two designer events in the new space. Designer Candice Olson will be the guest of honor at a ribbon cutting on Saturday, April 20, from 4-6 p.m. while designer Angelo Surmelis will be the special guest at a brunch on Sunday, April 21, from 10-11:30 a.m.

"It's great to be back at High Point," said Karen Fallon, national business development manager, AF Lighting. "We have a great story to tell in our range of pricing, quality of product and caliber of designers and we're pleased that High Point attendees will get to know that story in person now."

AF Lighting will also debut several Napoleon fireplace models, which is the brand most used by Olson in many of her room makeovers, the company said. The line of contemporary electric fireplaces have the convenience of simply hanging, plugging in and enjoying them, and they also provide economic zone heating.

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