Reverie to Open High Point Showroom

ReverieBLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich.-Reverie, the adjustable bed manufacturer, will open its first permanent High Point showroom during the upcoming market, Oct. 18-23.

Located in room D-1110 of the International Home Furnishings Center, the showroom measures 2,000 square feet. It will have a similar look and feel to the company's show space in Las Vegas, and will feature multiple merchandising room vignettes which can be replicated on a retailer's showroom floor. It will also highlight Reverie's official sleep and recovery sponsorship of the New York Rhinos of the National Pro Grid League and other outlets that promote sleep as part of a healthy lifestyle.

Martin Rawls-Meehan, president and CEO of Reverie, said the new showroom is an effort to reach out to potential customers in the Southeast, which may not make it to the Las Vegas Market. "By putting down permanent roots at High Point Market, these retailers have the opportunity to experience our innovative products first hand," Rawls-Meehan said.

David GillDavid Gill | Contributing Editor

David Gill is a contributing editor to HFN.

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