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Las Vegas Market Announces New, Expanded and Relocated Exhibitors

April market will feature 16 new, expanding and relocating showrooms. 

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Las Vegas Market will feature new and expanding showrooms this April.

In line with a surge in buyer pre-registration, Las Vegas Market is experiencing a notable increase in new, expanded, relocated and recommitted gift, home décor and furniture exhibitors for its April Market, running April 11 – April 15, 2021, with 50+ updates on 42 showroom floors.

“Growth across our gift, home décor and furniture resources in the lead up to the April Market is a testament to the cross-category strength and resilience of Las Vegas Market,” said Scott Eckman, International Market Centers’ (IMC) chief revenue officer. “With buyer pre-registration pacing at 80 percent above Summer 2020 attendance levels and most of our showrooms committed to opening this spring, we’re prepared to be a key driver in the West Coast’s buying season.”

April Market will feature 16 new, relocating and expanding showrooms – 13 for furniture and home décor and three for gift. With these updates, Las Vegas Market presents more than 2,000 furniture lines on 31 floors in Buildings A and B, 2,000+ gift resources on seven floors in Building C and more than 500 home décor resources on 13 floors in Buildings A, B and C.

Three home furnishings favorites are debuting on B1 – Lenasi (accents, bar, dining, beach & patio, seating) is showing in a 2,295-square-foot showroom; Furniture Classics (outdoor, seating, storage, tables) is premiering in 3,756 square feet; and Three Birds Casual (accessories, benches, bar, dining, seating, tables) is debuting in 2,848 square feet – and Orchids Lux Home (décor and luxury home textiles) is debuting in 940 square feet on C5.

Six expansions are E.S. Kluft & Company (mattresses) into a 1,996-square-foot space on C15, MLILY USA (adjustable bases, mattresses, pillows, toppers) into a 18,874-square-foot showroom on B9, Noble House Home Furnishings (bedroom, decor, living room, outdoor) in a 3,592-square-foot space on A9, O.W. Lee (casual furniture) into a new 4,684-square-foot showroom on A1, Roberto Grassie (accent, bar, bedroom, dining and living) into a 6,200-square-foot spot on B7 and Telescope Casual Furniture (beach & pool, director's chairs, patio & furniture accessories, tables) into a 3,471-square-foot space on A1. Three relocations are Lifestyle Solutions (accents, bedroom, convertibles, outdoor) into a 9,542-square-foot showroom on A7, Troels Denmark (fabrics and leathers) into a 2,086-square-foot spot on B7 and ZUO (décor, hospitality, indoor, lighting, outdoor) is also relocating into a 3,169-square-foot space on A2.

Within the gift category, two new showrooms are debuting in Building C. National sales agency Road Runners (representing Bolli & Fritz, Peking Handicraft, Primitives by Kathy, Stickers Northwest, Sullivans and more) in 6,719 square feet on C10 and LazyOne (pajamas, robes, slippers) in 1,000 square feet on C8. Katie Loxton (accessories, bags, gifts, jewelry) is relocating and expanding into a 3,120-square-foot showroom on C10.

Additionally, 30+ existing showroom tenants across the gift, home décor and furniture spectrum have recommitted to Las Vegas Market, including Abbyson; Arteriors; aspenhome; Diamond Sofa; Furniture of America; Homelegance; Horizon Home LLC.; The Import Collection; Karastan; Legends Furniture; Martin Svensson Home; Mepra; Next Step Reps; Norwalk Furniture; Park Hill; Porter Designs; Rhythm USA; Roman; Saro; SEI/Southern Enterprises; The Mezzanine Shoppe; UMA Home Décor and Unique Loom, among others.

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