Summer Classics returns to High Point Market

Celebrates 30 years in the furniture industry

Summer Classics, a leading manufacturer in the outdoor furniture industry, is returning to the High Point Market after 20 years.

SummerClassics_Ribbon_W.jpgSummer Classics President Bew White joins with members of his staff and IHFC officials in a ribbon cutting to welcome High Point market attendees to its new High Point showroom, IHFC W168.
It will be celebrating its new High Point Showroom with a ribbon cutting at the outside entrance to the International Home Furnishings Center at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16. The opening of the new showroom will be followed by a reception to celebrate Summer Classics' 30 years in the outdoor furniture business.

"We're excited about the company having a presence at the High Point market, because it will be an opportunity for even more people in the furniture industry to see the wide variety of beautiful products that Summer Classics
has to offer," said Harold Hudson, Summer Classics' vice president of sales and marketing.

He said the company is optimistic and excited about what they feel will be a successful market and a great opportunity to showcase their timeless and elegant product and seven new lines.

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