Groovystuff celebrates 10 years 

Company will have promotions, entertainment in High Point

With 10 successful years in home furnishings under its belt and a newly expanded showroom, sustainable style expert and home furnishings manufacturer Groovystuff has reason to celebrate. As part of the Dallas-based company’s year-long celebration, High Point Market (High Point, N.C.) customers can expect to find unique product introductions, enticing marketing promotions, and live entertainment in its showroom at The Suites at Market Square (G-1148) Oct. 20-26.
“It seems like just yesterday when we debuted at the October 2000 market with a modest 200-sq.-ft. showroom on the top floor of the Suites,” said Chris Bruning, founder, designer and chief marketing officer. “We’ve grown to 2,700 square feet in just eight short years, and it’s all thanks to our extraordinary customers. We’re showing our appreciation by creating a dynamic showroom filled with amazing products and unique entertainment.”
Customers can enjoy music, beverages and entertainment from artist Eric Moss Monday, Oct. 20 through Wednesday, Oct. 22 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Groovystuff showroom. An accomplished artist, Moss’ repertoire ranges from graffiti to murals to fashion design.
Showroom visitors also will hear rhythm and blues music of the Groove Dogz Monday, Oct. 20 through Friday. Oct. 24 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and can enjoy frozen Groovyllinis – peach Bellini’s done a la Groovystuff-style.
The company’s product introductions for High Point Market include the launch of the Chris Bruning Signature Collection and the debut of other inspired pieces crafted from reclaimed teak and antique farm implements.

Groovystuff is a member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council and the American Home Furnishings Alliance.

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