Ryan Group to Offer Maxwell & Williams, Ritzenhoff in Atlanta

ATLANTA-The Ryan Group, a second generation sales representative group, has expanded its Atlanta showroom at AmericasMart to accommodate the Maxwell & Williams dinnerware line distributed by Fitz and Floyd and the Ritzenhoff glassware gift line distributed by Artland.

Both Maxwell & Williams and Ritzenhoff want to tap the growing importance of next month's International Gift & Home Furnishings Market for the independent/specialty store trade in the dinnerware, gift and gourmet channels, according to Cam Ryan, principal of The Ryan Group.  With the opening of the new corridor from the eighth floor on Building 2 to the Building 2 WestWing and being located across from the very popular demonstration kitchen, the Atlanta January Market will be the ideal location to introduce these two lines, Ryan said.

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