Treasure Garden to make High Point Market debut

Treasure GardenBALDWIN PARK, Calif. - Outdoor shade products manufacturer Treasure Garden will make its High Point Market debut this spring, April 20-25 in Showplace 2600.

"Treasure Garden's decision to add High Point Market to our trade show schedule was motivated by the growth we are seeing in traditional furniture retailers adding outdoor products to their stores," said Jeff B. Dorough, VP of sales and marketing. "As the High Point Market is aware of this trend and promoting the category to their large number of national and international buyers, we see it as a beneficial platform for our products."

With the decision to secure space within the multi-level Showplace building, Treasure Garden will show alongside a large number of other outdoor manufacturers that exhibit in the building's temporary spaces.

"Our investment in our multiple trade show efforts within the past three years, including the redesign of our permanent showroom in Chicago's Merchandise Mart, has been a part of our overall company goal to tap into new and diverse markets," said Margaret Chang, COO. "With the addition of the High Point Market, we are exposing our products to another growing segment of outdoor consumers."

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