Company will show its solid wood line at market for the 1st time in 9 years
LAS VEGAS — As it looks to better serve customers on the West Coast, solid wood furniture resource Napa Furniture is returning to the Las Vegas Market for the first time in nine years.
The company showed there for about two years before deciding to focus its efforts in High Point.
However, the company said that it is looking to expand its market presence and accommodate retailers that don’t come to High Point.
It is occupying about 6,500 square feet in space A 529 of Building A, which the company said is a much larger space than it had previously.
At market, it will show some of its strongest bestselling performers at retail, including six bedrooms and five dining sets along with companion occasional and entertainment collections.
These products are stocked at its factory in Indonesia and also can be shipped on full and mixed containers.
Product is also available from the company’s domestic warehouses in Southern California and North Carolina, meaning customers can get items that are stocked in those facilities shipped to them in a matter of days.
Members of the executive team including President Kevin O’Keefe, Vice President Sales Bobby Papazian and Vice President Dean Banks will attend, as will all of the company’s West Coast reps and some of its East Coast reps.
At market, dealers that have not seen the company in some time can learn details — ranging from the sustainable nature of the line to details about the company’s finishing capabilities and construction story on beds, dining tables and case pieces, to name a few core categories. In addition, the company will offer dealers details about market specials and promotions available for the line.