The High Point Market Authority has partnered with the Southwest Renewal Foundation, the High Point Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Theatre Art Galleries (TAG), and the City of High Point to present the High Point City Art Project for the second year.
Companies within the home furnishings industry continue to come out against North Carolina’s passage of HB2, the Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act that allows for discrimination.
Home furnishings and textile supplier Bunakara will jump into the U.S. market at the upcoming High Point Market.
A number of companies are offering holders of the ART Card a variety of deals at the upcoming High Point Market.
Mod Life Collection, co-founded by 30-year industry veteran, Robert Petril and Kiersten Hathcock, founder of sister company, Mod Mom Furniture, made the decision to withdraw from exhibiting at the upcoming High Point Market in April.
The NAHFA is hosting a Lunch with Leaders on Monday, April 18 from 11:30am to 1:00pm at the upcoming Spring High Point market.
In the last few days, dozens of customers have contacted the High Point Market Authority to inform them that they have cancelled plans to attend the Market in April due to passage of HB2.