Battle for furniture title goes on despite industry slowdown

August 2007
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);8/13/2007, Vol. 24 Issue 33, pP12
The article focuses on Building C and the smaller Building D of Las Vegas' World Market Center which debuted in the summer of 2008. The opening of Building C will bring in exhibitors including high-end furniture makers Lexington and Sligh Furniture, while other companies including Mohawk, Mark Roberts and Pacific lighting will lease spaces in 2009. It is mentioned that the increase in size of Building B is a good sign for the furniture market. The increase in space is attributed to the increase in demand for furniture, decorative accessories and gifts.


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