The Royal Standard Opens Second Dallas Showroom

DALLAS-The Royal Standard has opened its second showroom at the Dallas Market Center, which will debut at the upcoming Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, Jan. 18-24. The new space, located in World Trade Center 2-239, will be in addition to its existing showroom in Trade Mart 2-2030. The combined 8,100 square feet features products in categories ranging from tabletop, holiday, housewares and gift to pillows, jewelry, and fashion accessories.

"We are thrilled with The Royal Standard's new showroom," said Cindy Morris, COO, Dallas Market Center. "Their continued commitment to our marketplace is much appreciated and we wish them a successful year."

"The Dallas Market has been a wonderful place for us," said Mark Peirce, owner, The Royal Standard. "We are pleased to expand into another showroom, which will allow us to showcase a larger variety of products including home decor and furniture."

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