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Pelican Reef Moves to
New Showroom in Las Vegas

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Pelican Reef, a leading provider of outdoor patio and sunroom furniture, has announced its move to a new, larger Las Vegas showroom to accommodate and introduce a new Panama Jack Contract Outdoor Collection called Maldives. The C-1288 showroom located in the World Market Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, will now measure an impressive 8,000+ sq. ft. and feature such new collections as the Panama Jack Maldives for Outdoor commercial use and a full display of existing outdoor and sunroom offerings.

“Our new Maldives collection is built for commercial and residential use. Its reinforced framework and unique bronze woven fiber allow for the harshest elements. In January 2017, Panama Jack partnered with Playa Resorts to rebrand select properties and develop new properties as Panama Jack All-inclusive Resorts. Pelican Reef will be introducing an additional array of commercial outdoor collections for the Panama Jack brand in the months to come,” said Mayleen Chadwick, vice president of Operations.

The Maldives collection was unveiled during the ICFA Preview Show in Chicago. It will also be on display during the Las Vegas market at the end of July. The Pelican Reef/Panama Jack Outdoor Chicago showroom is located in Merchandise Mart 15th Floor 10-117. The Las Vegas World Market Center showroom is C-1288. Pelican Reef will also be showing in Chicago during the month of September and High Point in October.

Visit Pelican Reef at www.pelicanreef.com, email, or call (888) 820-4455.

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