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Wayfair and A+E Launch “The Way Home” Lifestyle Shoppable Series

Wayfair (NYSE:W), and A+E Networks, today announced the first-ever fully-shoppable TV series.

ASID Names Board of Directors

The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) has announced its 2016-2017 National Board of Directors. The 11-member volunteer committee, serves as the governing authority, advises existing leadership, and sets policy for the ASID.

Las Vegas Market Leasing Activity Continues Momentum

Furniture leasing activity continues to intensify in advance of the Winter 2017 Las Vegas Market, running January 22-26, 2017, with more than 127,000 square feet of new showrooms, expansions and renewals signed since the Summer 2016 Market.

Dallas Market Center Announces Exhibitor Partners For Interior Home + Design Center

Dallas Market Center has announced the first collection of luxury home exhibitor partners for its Interior Home + Design Center, a new 220,000 square foot marketplace serving interior designers and retailers. The project, which is set to open in 2017 and includes redeveloping the first floor of the iconic, mid-century International Trade Plaza building, represents the largest expansion of showrooms in Dallas in over forty years.

Morris Links Furniture Promotion to Ohio Voter Turnout

All Morris Home Furnishings, Ashley HomeStore and Better Sleep Shops located in Dayton, Cincinnati, and Columbus, Ohio, and Florence, Ky., are participating in a first-time promotion where eligible shoppers will get their purchase free if 69% of Ohio’s eligible voters turn out and vote for president on Election Day.

Turkish Furniture Producers Sign High Point Showroom Lease

Following a successful “test drive” at the April High Point Market, a group of Turkish furniture manufacturers has signed a three-year lease on a permanent showroom that will be open for this week’s market.

Ethan Allen Sees Lower Profits Due to Disney Launch, Higher Ad Spending

Ethan Allen (ETH) said it expects to report lower earnings for the quarter ended Sept. 30 due largely to higher advertising costs and expenses related to the upcoming launch of its Ethan Allen/Disney line.

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