Protect-A-Bed Takes New Show Space

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NEW YORK-Protect-A-Bed has moved to a new showroom, in which it will be located for next week's New York Home Fashions Market.

The new space is in room 916 of 230 Fifth Ave., and is larger than the company's previous space in room 1505 of the same building. Alan Eisenberg, Protect-A-Bed's senior vice president of sales, said the bigger space is "designed to showcase our entire line of expanded products.

"The new showroom will allow us to demonstrate all of the products' features and benefits, as well as our product education videos and marketing efforts," Eisenberg said.

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