Chris Bruning, President of Groovystuff reported that in cooperation with sponsoring universities across the country that support education in residential home furnishings, The Dallas Market Center has offered a block of 24 hotel rooms for the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market - January 18-24, 2012.
The invitation is open to professors, undergraduate and graduate students interested in the residential home furnishings market.
Complimentary hotel accommodation is available on a first come first serve basis and is open until January 4, 2012. For more information email Groovystuff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Groovystuff: Committed to sustainable manufacturing and environmental accountability, Groovystuff’s vision is to assist its retail customers in growing their businesses sustainably. Designed for today’s lifestyles and inspired by yesterday’s antiquities, Groovystuff now offers Seven unique residential collections: Prairie, Iron Horse, Adirondack, Back to the Roots, Kodiak, Rocky Mountain, and the recently launched Antares Lighting Collection. Each group features pieces designed with the foundation of style, value, longevity and preservation of natural resources.
Founded in 1998 by Chris Bruning, Groovystuff designs, produces, and distributes unique reclaimed teakwood home furnishings at upper-medium and high-end price points. Based in Dallas, it has permanent showrooms in High Point, NC (The Suites at Market Square, G-1025), Las Vegas (World Market Center, B-146), and once a year at the International Casual Furniture Market in Chicago, IL (The Merchandise Mart, No. 8-4046). For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/groovystuff.
Furniture World is the oldest, continuously published trade publication in the United States. It is published for the benefit of furniture retail executives. Print circulation of 20,000 is directed primarily to furniture retailers in the US and Canada. In 1970, the magazine established and endowed the Bernice Bienenstock Furniture Library (www.furniturelibrary.com) in High Point, NC, now a public foundation containing more than 5,000 books on furniture and design dating from 1620. For more information contact email@example.com.