Kube Import expands outdoor furniture line for Las Vegas Market
December 17, 2012,
LAS VEGAS - Contemporary lifestyle furniture specialist Kube Import has relocated its Las Vegas Market showroom for the Jan. 28-Feb. 1 market, where the company will showcase an expanded line of outdoor furniture.
Kube will exhibit in a 2,600-sq.-ft. showroom in space B-759 for the winter show.
Kube's products are priced in the mid-range. The company also offers a line of European contemporary styled sofa-sleepers with innerspring mattresses.
"Most of our focus this market is on outdoor furniture," said Lars Vestergaard, co-owner of Kube with Peter Feifer. "We'll be featuring a variety of fresh, contemporary designs, including a few new sofa-sleepers."
According to Vestergaard, Kube's deep relationship with its sources enables it to deliver sharply priced, quality products that offer consumers a strong value. "For our indoor line, we are that factory's only customer, which gives us more control over both quality and service," he said. "We offer an attractive, well-made line that works particularly well when shown with higher-end merchandise."
Although Kube offers direct container shipments, it also is geared to service smaller retailers and requires no purchase minimums. "We serve about 150 furniture store clients in 30 states, and all in-stock merchandise can ship within 24 to 48 hours from our warehouse location in Pomona, Calif. (outside Los Angeles)," Vestergaard said.
He added that the winter Las Vegas Market is always a "strong show" for the company, "so we're really looking forward to showing our dealers - and prospective dealers - all of our exciting new product."
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