Palliser Furniture Signs Multi-Year Lease at World Market Center Las Vegas
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The commitment will help them service their current retailer base and see more western retailers in the US and Canada, including international retailers that attend the Las Vegas market.
World Market Center Las Vegas and Palliser Furniture Upholstery announced that Palliser has signed a multi-year lease to display its products in Showroom B-770 of Building B in the Modern Trends area. After their first and successful showing at the Winter 2012 Market, Palliser made this commitment which will let them build upon their very successful business with their current retailer base and focus on serving western retailers in both the US and Canada, including international retailers who attend the Las Vegas market.
“We saw over 500 retailers during the past market in January. Many had not shopped our line in the past 5 years”, said Cary Benson, President of Sales and Marketing for Palliser.
Palliser is a Canadian-based manufacturer of custom upholstered and motion furniture with manufacturing facilities in Central Mexico and Canada. Palliser produces a full range of upholstered product in fabric and leather including stationary, motion, recliners and is the industry leader in the fast-growing home theater category. The design range includes transitional, contemporary and traditional. Palliser offers over 300 cover choices and the majority of products are available in all covers. The unique strength of Palliser is its ability to produce its full range within North America and deliver custom furniture in a very reasonable time.
“The depth and breadth of the Palliser line with its infinite ability to configure the combination of product and cover is a business model that fits perfectly with the small to medium-size retailer in western states” stated Benson. “We know that many of these retailers attend the Vegas market and this creates the opportunity for them to view the Palliser line and for us to showcase the product and all of its possibilities.”
The Vegas market is an excellent complement to Palliser’s show strategy according to Art DeFehr, CEO of Palliser. “As a North American producer of custom furniture we can now reach both our large and smaller retail partners through a strategy that reflects the geography and international character of the company. Palliser now displays in High Point and Vegas in addition to the Toronto plus a private annual Winnipeg show for its Canadian customers and a private show in Mexico.
“Palliser is a leading North American furniture manufacturer with great designs, service and the ability to customize products for their customers. We are thrilled to begin a long term partnership that fuels their continued success at World Market Center,” said Craig Staack, Vice President of Business Development for International Market Centers, Home Furnishings, Las Vegas.
ABOUT WORLD MARKET CENTER LAS VEGAS: World Market Center Las Vegas is an integrated home and hospitality contract furnishings showroom and trade complex. The campus showcases furniture, decorative accessories, gift, lighting, area rugs, home textiles and related segments, as well as the Las Vegas Design Center open daily to consumers and designers. For more information on World Market Center Las Vegas and its trade shows including the bi-annual Las Vegas Market and Gift+Home, visit www.wmclv.com. Find us on Facebook and Twitter.
World Market Center Las Vegas is a property of International Market Centers, L.P. (IMC), the world’s largest operator of premier showroom space for the furnishings, home décor and gift industries. International Market Centers owns and operates 11.5 million square feet of world-class exhibition space in High Point, N.C. and Las Vegas. IMC’s mission is to build and operate an innovative, sustainable, profitable and scalable platform for the furnishings, home décor and gift industries. For more information on IMC, visit imcenters.com.
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