Crestview Collection expands 3 showrooms
June 14, 2017,
In January, Crestview Collection expanded its Las Vegas Market showroom space. Additional growth is coming in Atlanta and High Point this year.
In all, the Memphis, Tenn.-based supplier’s spaces will grow by a collective 60% across the three major markets.
In January, Crestview debuted a 30% larger Las Vegas showroom, increasing the company’s footprint in World Market Center Building A (A-353) to 10,500 square feet.
At the summer Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market, visitors to Crestview Collection’s AmericasMart Atlanta showroom (B-1218) will see a 40% expansion in a space that will exceed 10,000 square feet.
This fall, in time for the High Point Market, the company will relocate from the Suites at Market Square to the fourth floor of the International Home Furnishings Center (H-489), where a new 26,000-sq.-ft. flagship showroom will more than double Crestview’s High Point presence.
The upcoming High Point move to the IHFC, the company’s largest showroom expansion to date, is the culmination of “more than 30 years of hard work and outstanding customers,” said Lee.
Since moving to its new Memphis headquarters last summer, Crestview Collection has experienced “extreme growth,” Lee said, which he attributed to a “synergistic alignment of the logistics, sales and customer service teams that’s unlike any in the company’s history.”
“That development, combined with a streamlined back-end and consistently loyal customers, is positioning Crestview Collection to present a much stronger market presence and unsurpassed product selection for buyers at market,” Lee said. “We look forward to sharing the upgraded Crestview experience with our customers and friends, both old and new, in the coming months.”
Home Accents Today's Tracy Bulla took a Facebook Live tour of Crestview's High Point Showroom in April. Click on the photo, right, to view.
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