From Home Furnishing Business
Pacific Green Invites Las Vegas Marketers to ‘Welcome to Market Party’
2023 by HFBusiness Staff in Business Strategy, Industry
Luxury lifestyle brand Pacific Green invites Las Vegas Market attendees to join them at their “Welcome to Market Party,” on Jan. 29 from 4 – 6 pm in their showroom at World Market Center, Bldg A, Space A200.
Pacific Green’s marketing and events team shared they are planning for a thrilling atmosphere and pulling out all the stops to create a fun celebration to kick off the new year and to welcome buyers to the opening day of market.
Adding to the party’s fun champagne & chocolate theme includes bringing in a special live musical performance from the Las Vegas Jazz Trio and its members James Apollo, Michael Hoffman and Eric Runquist - who will play festive big band and jazz hits throughout the evening.
The Las Vegas Jazz Trio’s performance starts at 4 pm in space A200 and will be accompanied by catered desserts and champagne.
Eric Dickstein, CEO of Pacific Green shared “Our team is thrilled to host our first welcome party event. We invite everyone to discover our exotic collection and listen to live jazz while sipping on champagne. Our team will also be walking buyers through our newest introductions of wild seating and lounging concepts.”
Dickstein went on to explain, "Las Vegas Market is always the perfect opportunity to show off our entirely innovative approach to hand-crafted, exotic, sustainable furniture that fits as naturally in a lakeside cabin or mountain lodge as a beachside villa or tropical resort. You really have to see it and sit in it to believe it!”
Pacific Green’s new introductions include unique upholstery options and designs. Leathers and specialty hides - often only seen on apparel and accessories from premier fashion houses - are frequently sourced in order to create one-of-a-kind furniture experiences for those clients in search of something special and comfortable.
In addition to manufacturing something that is fashionable, Pacific Green is also known as the pioneer of the use of palmwood for furniture in order to prevent the deforestation of rainforests. Millions have been invested in R&D to develop the technology that can help save these forests.