Rizzy Home Moves to New Showroom in Las Vegas

CALHOUN, Ga.-Rizzy Home will have a new location at World Market Center for Las Vegas Market, in an expanded space in Building A. In A-444, the new showroom is more than 9,300 square feet and will feature an expanded selection of rugs, textiles and occasional furniture.

"We will be showing hundreds of new designs in all our categories; several new rug collections, an expanded pillow area and new selection[s] to our kilim furniture collection," said Mark Ferullo, vice president of sales. "We've also created an area for buyers to come in and enjoy a hot lunch or cup of coffee and get off their feet."

The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new showroom will be held at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 29, and Rizzy will host a party afterwards, which will include hors d'oeuvres and drinks and a drawing to win an iPad and various prizes. To RSVP for the party and be eligible to win a prize e-mail Ashley.Butterworth@rizzyhome.com.

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