Midwest-CBK Bumps Up Product Assortment
December 17, 2012,
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CANNON FALLS, Minn.-Midwest?CBK said it will introduce a "significantly expanded" home decor line during the winter 2013 markets.
Midwest?CBK's new Gifts for Home collection, featuring 400 new designs, more than doubles the number of designs in key home decor categories, the company said, including 150 percent more lamps and lighting, nearly 300 percent more clocks and 120 percent more photo frames.
"We're excited to introduce Midwest?CBK's newly expanded home decor collections to independent retailers, bringing them an even wider range of trends, styles and exclusive designs," said Beth Lorentz, Midwest?CBK vice president of product development. "With more items in popular decor categories - and at accessible price points - this line is designed to sell."
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