Arc International Takes 41 Madison Showroom

NEW YORK-Glassware maker Arc International has taken a 5,000-square-foot permanent showroom at Forty One Madison Avenue.

The showroom will feature the company's major consumer brands: Luminarc & Cristal d'Arques; its Chef & Sommelier and Arcoroc brands directed toward food service professionals through its Cardinal

International Division; as well as a representation of the unique projects it develops and produces for business to business customers.

"This move and expansion is just one more step in reinforcing our strong commitment to the North American retail community," said Ron Biagi, vice president sales and marketing, North America. "We plan to build upon our base of established brands here to make ourselves the partner of choice for retailers. We feel there is no place better to position ourselves to achieve this than at Forty One Madison Avenue."

 

The company plans for the new showroom to be open for business in time for the New York International Gift Fair next month, during which Forty One Madison will be open for business, and to have its grand opening during the New York Tabletop Show in October.

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