300 South Main Expands High Point Market Showroom 

The company will take over the entire Philip-Davis Building in time for Pre-Market.

09/01/2020
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Ken Salm
Ken Salm

Industry wholesaler and manufacturer, 300 South Main, announced the expansion of the company’s showroom presence in High Point just in time for pre-market. 300 South Main will take over the entire building for its growing line of products.  Formerly known as the Philip-Davis Building, this historical landmark to the local community is now being transformed into the company’s footprint at market. 

The expanded showroom is now in excess of 17,000 square feet between the two floors. The upstairs will feature the very successful category of outdoor furnishings while the downstairs main level will feature the new product category of leather and fabric motion.   

“Due to COVID-19, Fall Market will look and operate differently this October. Our newly expanded showroom will allow us to display our new innovative products, launch into new categories, as well as provide enough space to properly social distance and follow the CDC guidelines," said Ken Salm, president of 300 South Main.  

He said the space will continue to keep the company on a very fast-track of growth. 

“We have been experiencing rapid growth in North America,” Salm said. “Our new showroom provides additional opportunities to collaborate with our retailer network to help them grow their business. 

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