Revman to Move Showroom, Offices
September 11, 2012,
NEW YORK-Revman will relocate its showroom and offices to the Empire State Building in time for the September New York Home Fashions Market next year.
The company has signed a lease to take up the building's entire 70th floor, where it will have its showroom, offices and breakout conference rooms.
Explaining the move, Rich Roman, Revman's president and CEO, said the new space is "more cost-effective" for the company and more conveniently located for customers for market weeks, given that it is near the Fifth Avenue showroom buildings.
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