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Flexsteel Renews Las Vegas Market Lease

Upholstery and wood furniture vendor Flexsteel Inds. has renewed the lease on its Las Vegas Furniture Market showroom for three more years.

The company shows in a three contiguous showrooms totaling 20,563 square feet in spaces A-530, A-526 and A-520 of World Market Center. For the upcoming July 29-August 2 market, Dubuque, Iowa-based Flexsteel also has signed an agreement for a 9,500-square-foot temporary showroom in space A-516, bringing its total square footage to 30,000 square feet.
Flexsteel designs, manufactures, imports and markets quality upholstered and wood furniture for the residential, recreational vehicle, office, hospitality and health care markets.

Flexsteel's wholly owned subsidiary, Louisville, Ky.-based DMI Furniture, imports and markets residential and commercial office furniture. DMI’s divisions include WynwoodHomestyles Furniture and DMI Office Furniture.

“We are committed to Las Vegas and to High Point,” said Justin Mills , director of advertising and public relations for Flexsteel. “We have strong presences in both these markets with large, dedicated, permanent showroom spaces.”
At the summer Las Vegas Market, Flexsteel will display products in all of its seating categories, including an expanded leather and fabric assortment, along with fresh stationary and motion, power and non-power motion, sofa-sleepers, recliners (handle and press backs) and occasional table designs.
“Motion is the hottest category for us right now, especially leather and power,” said Mills.
“Flexsteel’s decision to renew its permanent space demonstrates its strong, ongoing commitment to the Las Vegas Market,” said Craig Staack , vice president of home furnishings leasing for International Market Centers. “Leading manufacturers and importers recognize the important role the market plays in deepening their market presence and meeting the constantly changing needs of their customers.”

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