Kevin O'Brien Studio to Relocate High Point Showroom

PHILADELPHIA-Kevin O'Brien Studio, manufacturer of bedding, will move to a new showroom in the Salon section of the Suites at Market Square in High Point, N.C., in time for next month's High Point Market.

The company's showroom had been located in InterHall at the International Home Furnishings Center since the spring of 2009. Before then, it had showcased products in the Suites at Market Center, but the October market will mark the first time that it is exhibiting in Salon.

In a company statement, Kevin O'Brien, its CEO, said the new location will give his new product introductions "even better exposure than before." The new showroom will measure 18-by-25 feet, and will feature Kevin O'Brien Studio's new line of decorative throw pillows, bedding, stuffed animals and other products.

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