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Creative Co-Op company relocates, expands at Gift+Home at Las Vegas Market

World Market Center Las Vegas recently announced that Creative Co-Op will relocate and expand to a new larger showroom in Building C, Suite C-712, for Winter 2012 Gift+Home at Las Vegas Market, from 30 January – 3 February 2012. The Memphis, Tenn. based manufacturer and importer of decorative accessories and gifts will expand its showroom to nearly 9,000 square feet, a 65 percent growth over their previous space, and has renewed for an additional three years.   “We are extremely excited to be both relocating and expanding our presence at World Market Center Las Vegas,” said Lee Wang, Creative Co-Op’s executive vice president. “Over the last few years, despite a challenging environment, we have experienced steady and significant sales increases with a loyal west coast customer base that continues to make Las Vegas its primary market destination.” “Creative Co-Op is an ideal partner with Gift+Home at Las Vegas Market in bridging the furnishings, gift and home décor with a strong focus on lifestyle merchandising. As an industry leader in the total home lifestyle category, they demonstrate how to showcase a brand beyond product, but in a way that truly connects with the customer,” said Robert Maricich, chief executive officer of International Market Centers, parent company of World Market Center Las Vegas. Creative Co-Op designs, imports and distributes accent furniture, accent lighting, wall décor, tabletop accessories and seasonal categories for retailers around the world. The company was founded in 2001 and has extensive experience in offshore sourcing focused on design, workmanship, finishing and timely delivery.   “As momentum continues to build for the consolidated International Market Centers organization, we are confident that the best years for Vegas are yet to come,” added Wang. “Its initiative of focusing on a consolidated gift and home product offerings is consistent with our ongoing product strategy, and we look forward continued partnership with World Market Center Las Vegas.”
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