Next Gen Now Lunch Planned in Vegas

Next Generation NOWROSEVILLE, Calif.-The North American Home Furnishings Association (NAHFA) is hosting a lunch event on Monday, Jan. 27 at the Las Vegas Market for Next Generation NOW members and industry leaders and influencers.

Next Gen NOW members will have the opportunity to share a one-on-one working lunch with seasoned professionals in select showrooms during which they'll learn best practices, expand upon their knowledge of the industry and/or a specific segment of the industry, and make connections that will help them in their pursuit of progressing the home furnishings trade. Industry leaders participating in the lunch include Kerry Lebensburger, president of sales, Ashley Furniture Industries; Bob Maricich, CEO, International Market Centers; Jeff Child, president, R.C. Willey; and Lorri Kelley, vice president of sales, Palliser.

"The Association is excited to offer a new market event for Next Gen NOW members," said Sharron Bradley, NAHFA's CEO. "Our goal with this community is to help facilitate its members' growth and involvement within the industry however we can, whether that be arranging lunches with well-respected leaders or providing an opportunity to network."

Next Gen NOW members can learn more at ngnow.org or by contacting Cindi Williams at (800) 422-3778 or cwilliams@nahfa.org.

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