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Classy Art Moves Showrooms in Las Vegas

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Classy Art announced that they are moving into a new showroom within the World Market Center of Las Vegas in building B, showroom B-328.  This showroom is approximately 40% larger than its previous showroom located at A450.

After a huge rebrand last year and the acquisition of its first standalone showroom in Vegas, Classy Art aims to make an even larger impression in this new Vegas showroom. The new Classy Art showroom will have an even larger full bar as well as an upscale lounge area for buyers, reps, and even other exhibitors to take a load off while enjoying a premium cocktail.  

“We’re all super excited for the larger showroom as we were struggling to showcase enough products to accurately represent our depth within the genre of each product type. This struggle was amplified by the consecutive large new product releases we have been organizing and have scheduled again for this coming January market. With a growth in sales of over 50% for two years in a row, we were looking for the next logical step to keep our momentum going, and a commitment in Vegas in this larger showroom is what our business needed”, says President/Owner Gabriel Cohen.

More About Classy Art: Classy Art is a leader in the wall art/decor field catering specifically to furniture retailers across the country.  Their average growth of 50% per year is the result of products that have proven to sell faster at retail through their proprietary process of product research.  This higher rate of sale has increased customer retentions as well as new customer acquisition.  The company carries all subcategories of wall décor including framed prints, metal, clocks, canvas, tempered glass, and mirrors, and they pride themselves on single week lead times and guaranteed inventory. For more information, visit www.ClassyArt.net.

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