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New Resources Coming to Showplace for High Point Market

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International Market Centers (IMC) announced that six new, relocating and expanding resources, presenting a variety of design aesthetics and price points, will add to the 80+ exhibitors in Showplace for Spring 2021 High Point Market, June 5 – June 9, 2021.

“With its robust assortment of the latest and greatest in indoor and outdoor furnishings and décor, Showplace is among the most innovative destinations at High Point Market,” said Scott Eckman, IMC’s chief revenue officer. “Showplace is a key must-see for many Top 100 retailers, designers and buyers, as well as attendees looking for on-trend items.”

Three exhibitors are making their High Point Market debut in Showplace during Spring Market. Balta Home (rugs) is debuting in a 2,432-square-foot showroom; HB Home Furnishings (bar furniture, games, pool tables) is showing in a 1,366-square-foot space; and Orlena Home (bed cloths, fabrics, pillows, rugs, throws) is debuting in a 655-square-foot showroom.

“As a company focused specifically on the needs of furniture retailers and designers, we know exhibiting at High Point is critical to providing proper support to our existing network of dealers,” said Dan Pucci, senior director of sales for HB Home. “Although High Point has many different quality properties, we are absolutely thrilled to be in Showplace which is an incredible venue. HB Home is excited to see familiar faces, show off some great new designs, and embrace the High Point experience along with the rest of the industry!”

Three current exhibitors are relocating or expanding in Showplace. Classic Home (furniture, lighting, rug, villa) is relocating from IHFC and expanding by 65% into a 34,047-square-foot showroom while Three Birds Casual (casual living products) is relocating within Showplace and expanding by 39% into a 1,571-square-square-foot space. LR Resources (accessories, furniture, rugs) is expanding by 48% into a 6,786-square-foot showroom. Additionally, American Leather (leather and fabrics) and Surya (home accessories, rugs) have renewed their commitments to High Point Market.

“We’ve experienced great success with meeting new potential partners and designers while showing in Showplace,” said Tad Varga, president of Three Birds Casual. “We are excited to move into our new location during Spring Market which will allow us the space to present more of our product selection.”


About High Point Market: High Point Market is the largest furnishings industry trade show in the world, with more than 2,000 manufacturers in 11.5 million square feet of showroom and exhibit space in multiple buildings in downtown High Point, North Carolina. Each Market attracts tens of thousands of retail home furnishings buyers, interior designers, architects, and others in the home furnishings industry. International Market Centers (IMC) owns 17 prime High Point Market showroom buildings, which contain 70 percent of the exhibitors, including the majority of the top 500 manufacturers. Spring 2021 Market is scheduled for June 5 – June 9, 2021. For more information, visit www.imchighointmarket.com.

About International Market Centers: International Market Centers (IMC) serves as the center of commerce for the wholesale furniture, gift, home decor and apparel industries. With more than 20 million square feet of premium wholesale showroom space in High Point, N.C., Las Vegas and Atlanta, IMC has more than 60 years of relationships and experience creating scalable business platforms for wholesale commerce. With the launch of IMC’s Digital Innovations division and the Juniper suite of digital sales and marketing solutions and B2B ecommerce marketplace, IMC now provides the only omnichannel sales and marketing platform that seamlessly connects physical and digital wholesale commerce. For more information, visit www.IMCenters.com.

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