Nourison to Host Butera Book Signing and Hurricane Sandy Event at Las Vegas Market

SADDLE BROOK, N.J.--At Las Vegas Market later this month, Nourison and lifestyle designer Barclay Butera will co-host a book signing and cocktail party on Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, from  3-5 p.m. in Nourison's C-112 showroom. Butera will be signing copies of his new book, "Living on the Coast," which will be sold for $25. The proceeds, along with a matching donation from Nourison, will benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy.

"We are pleased to host this event in our showroom and to contribute towards the relief efforts for the victims of Hurricane Sandy," said Alex Peykar, principal at Nourison. "This is very personal for us because the storm has devastated several areas where we live and work, as well as affected many of our own customers, friends and relatives."

Barclay added, "I know I can count on our customers and friends to join with us and support this effort to help our fellow citizens during their time of need. I am looking forward to this event and the opportunity to meet with as many visitors to the market as possible."

Nourison debuted its line with Butera last April. 

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