From Home Furnishing Business
Antique & Design Center Unveils Ad Campaign
The Antique & Design Center is highlighting its eclectic mix of vintage and one-of-a-kind modern designs with a road trip through the decades for its fall advertising campaign.
The center's group of 65 exhibitors showcase unique designs, original artwork, and antiques from past to present, which makes the ADC a must-see venue for interior designers and retailers attending the High Point Market.
The fall campaign, entitled Road Trippin', features one of the ADC's newest exhibitors, Madcap Cottage, known for its home décor that mixes tradition with whimsy.
In the ads and promotional materials, Madcap founders Jason Oliver Nixon and John Loecke, are heading to High Point Market in vintage style, with their dogs Weenie and Amy Petunia acting as driver and navigator.
"We know our venue is the design destination at the High Point Market," says Karen Luisana, founder and managing director of the Antique & Design Center. "We wanted our new campaign to feature the fun and adventure that is also part of the ADC. Our market guests love that sense of discovery they get when they shop our incredible exhibitors. They know they will find amazing vintage and modern designs and antiques here, things that they cannot find anywhere else at the High Point Market."
The center's line-up of social and educational events will tie into the campaign, with a Road Trippin' event Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. in Market Square Courtyard. Celebrating classic designs through the decades, the party offers music from the '30s to the '80s, with vintage cars and furnishings from past to present.
Nixon and Loecke will also be on the lecture stage with Coco + Kelley Founder Cassandra LaValle. Presented Oct. 20 at 3:30 p.m. at the ADC, the three speakers will talk about mixing old and new to create exciting décor in a presentation titled "A Trio of Design Mixologists Shake, Stir and Pour a Cocktail of Delicious Interiors."
The Antique & Design Center is located on the ground floor of Market Square, just beyond Starbucks and the Salon at the Suites. There are 50 free customer parking spaces on 316 W. Commerce Ave., and there is a packer and shipper on site to make things as convenient as possible.