Multiple Dallas Market Center Showrooms Debut Expanded Spaces

DALLAS - At next month's Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, several companies will debut expanded showrooms at Dallas Market Center.

"Leading up to June markets, showrooms are investing in their business and continued success by adding additional space," said Cindy Morris, COO, Dallas Market Center. "Expansions are a win-win for both attendees and showrooms--more square footage means more products available for buyers."

DEMDACO has expanded to 11,000 square feet in Trade Mart (TM) 1-1418. "We're very excited to expand our Dallas showroom allowing us additional room to show existing lines and present even more new products," said Trish Church Podlasek, director of marketing communications, DEMDACO. "The addition of a bank of windows along the main pathway provides more visibility from the outside creating a greater line of sight directly into the showroom. This expansion gives show-goers a bigger, more inviting view."

Global Views company Studio A has doubled its square footage in its showroom, in World Trade Center (WTC) 6-6078. "We are thrilled to enlarge our Studio A showroom," said Frederick Rayner, COO, Global Views. "A greater presence at Dallas Market Center will allow Studio A to expand with new product introductions and for the showroom to be more vignette oriented. The new space is adjacent to Global Views, offering customers a convenient shopping experience of the sister companies."

Other WTC showrooms that have expanded include: French Laundry Home, now in the textile area on the WTC 6th floor (WTC 6-6272); Texas Tango, an anchor in The Range, in WTC 6-6262; and Reliant Ribbon Corp., which more than doubled its showroom (WTC 3-308).

In addition, gift and stationery manufacturers' rep group daniel *richards has expanded and relocated showroom, now located in the TM 1-1400 and with 5,200 square feet of space.

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