Bush Showcases Coming Opportunities With High Point Retro Parties
Tuesday September 25th, 2012 - 2:44PM
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At the Fall High Point Market, Bush Furniture, Inc. will throw two retro parties to showcase the comfort, style and durability of its top selling lines, the company reported. As part of the party, Bush also plans to showcase 40 new SKUs.
The Bush theme for 2013— Make Yourself a Home— highlights the versatility of the company’s furnishings for any room in a home or office, the company stated. On Friday, October 12 and Saturday, October 13 the Bush showroom at IHFC-W941, located in the International Home Furnishings Center, High Point, NC, will feature hostesses dressed as ‘50s-style homemakers, who will welcome attendees. The party — from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. — offers High Point market participants a ‘50s/’60s atmosphere complete with a Martini bar and traditional appetizers, and further includes complementary giveaways a drawing for a retro prize, Bush said. The event will underscore the Bush advantage in price, value and quality as well as its no-charge shipping and handling benefits, the company stated.
As a direct delivery expert that spares retailers the expense of inventory and overhead, Bush is an ideal partner for web-based business, the company asserted, and can enhance furniture operations for bricks and mortar retailers by minimizing floor space occupied while maximizing fast delivery. Bush, as part of its flat-rate commercial grade office furniture business, also offers free space planning, assembly and installation services anywhere in the continental United States, the company noted.
High Point Market visitors don’t need an appointment to visit the showroom and see the entire collection, Bush stated.
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