TUUCI opens new Merchandise Mart showroom

MIAMI - TUUCI, a designer and manufacturer of distinctive parasols and shade structures, has announced its new showroom location in the Chicago Merchandise Mart.
TUUCI's award-winning designs of traditional and contemporary shade equipment have moved to a distinctive new venue in suite 1507.

"We used this move as an opportunity to start fresh with a new layout and design that carries forward many of the themes that are illustrated in our new catalog," said Patrick Troy, director of sales for retail and design with TUUCI. "The new showroom will display the breadth of our capabilities in shade construction and design while highlighting customization options in fabric selections and frame finishes."

In addition to expanded space, the new showroom offers a large window area for natural light as well as enhanced exposure from additional frontage along the access hallways. Located adjacent to the new Brown Jordan showroom, the new TUUCI showroom promises to attract mart visitors who are seeking cutting-edge designs associated with leading companies in the outdoor industry that have recently relocated to the 15th floor of the Merchandise Mart.

TUUCI's new 2,000-sq.-ft. showroom is currently open, and will officially kick off the 2013 season on Feb. 27 when the Merchandise Mart plans to celebrate the completed renovations throughout the 15th floor. TUUCI's show space is staffed full-time by Showroom Manager Bill Kruzel.


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