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Furniture Leaders Bernards Furniture & Bauhaus Furniture Group Debut in Las Vegas

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Las Vegas Market recently announced that leading furniture manufacturers Bernards Furniture and Bauhaus Furniture Group will debut their first-ever West Coast showroom, opening a 10,000-square-foot location on the seventh floor of Building A for the Winter 2018 Las Vegas Market, running January 28 to February 1, 2018.

“Las Vegas Market is pleased to welcome these two recognized industry leaders, Bernards and Bauhaus, to our ever- expanding roster of top furniture firms,” said Ryan Mahoney, Senior Vice President of Furniture Leasing, International Market Centers. “Bernards and Bauhaus recognize that Las Vegas Market offers unparalleled exposure to retailers and designers from the western United States.”

Daniel Lim, CEO of Bauhaus Furniture Group and Bernards Furniture, both part of the Lim family companies, said the new showroom will provide a wealth of new business opportunities for the firms. “Las Vegas Market continues to grow in importance within the furniture industry, and therefore was the logical choice for our first ever West Coast showroom. We believe that our new 10,000-square-foot showroom at Las Vegas Market will substantially heighten our profile in the Western states and become a significant source of new business for our brands.”

The addition of Bernards and Bauhaus to its tenant roster reinforces Las Vegas Market’s ever-increasing presentation of casegoods and upholstered furniture suppliers. Bernards is a leading supplier of classic and contemporary casegoods, including a full assortment of master and youth bedroom suites as well as a large assortment of both formal and casual dining collections and occasional tables. Sister company Bauhaus is known for its upholstered furniture, including sofas, sectionals and occasional chairs in transitional, casual and contemporary styles.

Las Vegas Market is the largest furniture market in the western United States, with over 4 million square feet and 2,000+ furniture lines presented on 32 showroom floors, along with nearly 200 temporary exhibitors showcasing home furnishings on B2 and in The Pavilions at Las Vegas Market. In addition to key furniture categories, the Las Vegas Market is recognized as THE nation’s bedding market, with all the top producers represented, and as a growing resource for casual/outdoor furniture following its 2015 launch of two new, dedicated floors for the category. Key furniture categories presented at Las Vegas Market are: casegoods, dining, bedroom, upholstery, motion, leather and casual/outdoor.

More about Las Vegas Market: Las Vegas Market  is the fastest growing gift and home décor market in the U.S. and the leading furniture marketplace in the western U.S. With a record 4,000+ lines, the Market will feature its largest ever number of resources, with greater breadth and depth and exclusive collections across all categories, including major launches for the bedding industry. Market-exclusive programming includes FIRST LOOK trend forecast seminar and displays and Ahead of the Curve seminar and tours, as well as signature special events the third annual ANDYZ design awards. For more information, visit www.lasvegasmarket.com.

More about International Market Centers, L.P.: Las Vegas Market is produced by 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 12.1 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 http://imcenters.com/.


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