Greenland Relocates 230 Fifth Showroom

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CHINO, Calif.-Greenland Home Fashions is moving its showroom into a new space at 230 Fifth Ave.

The manufacturer of quilted bedding is relocating to room 1316 at the New York showroom building, from its previous space in room 816. Spencer Rogers, Greenland's vice president, said the new showroom provides the company with more floor space to show its line of quilts and accessories. Noting that Perfect Fit recently chose to relocate its showroom on the same floor, Rogers added that Greenland anticipates "increased market traffic" on the 13th floor.

The move will be completed for the upcoming New York Home Fashions Market in September, according to a company statement.

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