Welcome Home Opens Atlanta Showroom

ATLANTA-Welcome Home, a sales representative firm that carries several tabletop lines, will open its first showroom at AmericasMart here for next week's International Gift & Home Furnishings Market.

Welcome Home will offer "dressy casual" tableware and accessories in AmericasMart's Building 2, showroom 933, a space its plans to expand further in time for the 2013 January Market.

"That is our goal and we're confident we will grow that rapidly and successfully," said company secretary Mark Andersen. "We are all veterans in the wholesale giftware and retail business. I've been showing at AmericasMart since the 1980s, and we believe we have lines that will resonate with buyers and consumers across the Southeast."

Welcome Home offers seven lines including Annieglass, Salisbury Pewter and Skyros Designs.

The show takes place Jan. 11-18, with the temporaries open Jan. 13-17.

HFN Staff | News & Commentary

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