ART Vendors to Offer Discounts at High Point Market

CHARLOTTE, N.C.-Seventeen member vendors of the Accessories Resource Team (ART) will participate in the ART card discount loyalty program for the upcoming High Point Market. Membership in ART is required and ART member retailers will need to show their membership cards to receive discounts on orders placed during market.

Participating vendors (and their High Point showroom locations) include Artisan House (IHFC D-208), Christopher Guy (418 S. Wrenn Street), Currey & Co (IHFC M-110), Dale Tiffany (IHFC H-203), Distinctive Designs (C&D 4A), Feizy Rugs (Market Square 143-145), Fine Art Lamps (IHFC C-229), GuildMaster (C & D 1A), IMAX (IHFC W-446), Jaipur Rugs (Showplace 3415 & Plaza Suites 410), Lazy Susan USA (IHFC D-319, D-322), Murray Feiss (IHFC C-210), Paragon (IHFC C-203), Propac Images (IHFC W-243), Surya (Showplace 3233), The Phillips Collection (IHFC C-202) and Uttermost (IHFC C-448). The discount varies with each vendor, and ranges from free freight or merchandise to merchandise discounts.

Visit accessoriesresourceteam.org to join ART or call the ART office for information at 704-376-4278.

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