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High Point University Students Volunteer at Fall Market, Gain Hands-on Experience

During this week’s High Point Market, High Point University students had the opportunity to help exhibitors prepare for Market. By supporting an international tradeshow with more than 75,000 attendees and 2,000 exhibitors, HPU students gain hands-on experience that helps them hone their professional skills through experiential learning.

Brooklyn Bedding Launches The Dual Therapy Weighted Blanket

Mattress producer and retailer Brooklyn Bedding has launched the Dual Therapy Weighted Blanket, designed to provide deep touch pressure support and a calmer, more soothing night's sleep.

IMC to Invest $33.5 Million in High Point Properties

International Market Centers (IMC) has announced a $33.5 million capital investment in its High Point Market properties, including a dynamic new arrival experience for the International Home Furnishings Center (IHFC) Commerce entrance as well as customer-facing renovations and refurbishments to several of its other downtown High Point properties.

ISFD Announces 2019 Pinnacle Awards Winners

The International Society of Furniture Designers (ISFD) has announced the 2019 Pinnacle Awards Winners, honored during last night’s 24th Annual Awards Gala, that was held at High Point University’s Congdon School of Health Sciences

Universal Expands Modern Collection

Universal Furniture has announced the third installment to its Modern Collection, debuting at this week’s High Point Market.

Art Van Charity Challenge Announces Top 10 Charities

Raising over $1.4 Million for Midwest nonprofit organizations, Art Van Furniture has announced the top 10 participating charities of its 11th Annual Art Van Charity Challenge that ran from Sept. 9 – 27.

Fast Fact: Truck Driver Wage Growth Up 19% from 2012 to 2018 

The steady increase of furniture and home furnishings sales over the last 10 years has been slower to hit employees working in the stores, but in recent years many occupations have finally started to see an upturn in wage growth, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ March 2019 release of “Occupational Employment Statistics.”

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