Rizzy Home to Open 3,700 Square-Foot Showroom in New York

Rizzy HomeCALHOUN, Ga.-Rizzy Home will open a new 3,700 square-foot showroom in the 7 West 34th Street building in New York for the New York Home Fashions Market, Sept. 23 to 26. Significantly larger than the company's previous showroom in the same building, the new showroom will be on the third floor in space #319.

"Our goal is to provide our retail partners with an exciting, fresh and comfortable showroom where they can view a much larger assortment of Rizzy Home products, where we can now show products from all home categories we participate in: rugs, top of the bed, throws, quilts and pillows," said Mark Ferullo, vice president. "New York continues to be the fashion center of the world and Rizzy Home can think of no better stage in which to feature our products."

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