Wendover Art Group to Debut New High Point Showroom

Wendover Art GroupLARGO, Fla.-Wall decor creator and manufacturer Wendover Art Group will open its newly designed and expanded showroom at the upcoming High Point Market, which starts this Saturday. Located in space C215 in the International Home Furnishings Center, Wendover's showroom has doubled in size to more than 10,000 square feet. The company will debut more than 700 introductions, and show close to 2,000 pieces of art.

The expanded space mixes a gallery-like environment with open areas to foster education, conversation and collaboration, the company said. The showroom also has a flexible meeting area that can be used for networking and educational events.

For this market, Wendover will offer customers breakfast, lunch (BBQ from Kepley's) and, starting at 4 p.m., heavy hors d'oeuvres, beer and wine daily. The company has exhibited at High Point Market since 2007.

"High Point Market is a driving force in the home furnishings industry," said Prashant Patel, director of operations for Wendover Art Group. "We designed the new exhibition space with our customers in mind. They'll be able to comfortably meet with other designers and buyers in a beautiful gallery-like setting that also serves as a place to collaborate and create with other members of the design community."

Richard Forsyth, CEO, Wendover Art Group, added, "The expanded and remodeled space at High Point is just one of the significant milestones our company has achieved recently. Last fall we launched a new website using responsive design to deliver an innovative digital workspace for our customers. We are currently putting the finishing touches on our new state-of-the-art facility in Largo, Florida."

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