Palliser Furniture to Showcase at Las Vegas Market

WINNIPEG, Manitoba-Palliser Furniture said it will participate in the Las Vegas Market for the first time in the January 2012 market.  Palliser will show its products in showroom 770 of Building B in the Modern Trends area.

This market venue will allow Palliser to reach the large number of retailers in the western U.S. and western Canada who find Las Vegas a convenient market, the company said in a press release.  This will also be an important market for Palliser customers from Latin America.

Palliser is a Canadian-based manufacturer of custom upholstered and motion furniture with manufacturing facilities in Central Mexico and Canada.  The design range includes transitional, contemporary and traditional.

"The depth and breadth of the Palliser line with its infinite ability to configure product and cover is a business model that fits perfectly with the small to medium-size retailer in western states" said Cary Benson, Palliser president of sales and marketing.  "We know that many of these retailers attend the Vegas market and this creates the opportunity for them to view the Palliser line and for us to showcase the product and its possibilities."

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