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Gabby Moves to Prominent
Space in Dallas Market Center

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Gabby, a leading high-style indoor furniture brand, has announced that it will open an expanded new showroom in a highly prominent location of the Dallas Market Center in time for the January Total Home & Gift Market (Jan. 17-23, 2018). The new location is on the first floor, WTC 150.

“We have seen tremendous momentum in Dallas showroom sales since we opened nearly three years ago,” said William White, president and founder of Gabby. “The new showroom has one of the most prominent locations in the building, and our redesign of the space will enable designers and retailers to experience the full range of our products in beautifully appointed settings.”

The new showroom is larger than the previous Dallas Market Center space, allowing Gabby to show even more product. Gabby’s creative team has designed a hallway down the center of the showroom that will dramatically showcase the vast collection of lighting as well as many of the casegoods. In addition, there will be compelling vignettes throughout the showroom that will focus on layering style, textures and colors that push the limits of design.

“Gabby’s amazing products of unequalled style and value as well as their personal touch will motivate customers to return to their new showroom again and again,” said Cindy Morris, Dallas Market Center president and CEO. “We are thrilled that this premier location will provide them with the opportunity to serve market-time customers as well as our unmatched daily design business. Congratulations to the entire Gabby team.”

Open at the market center year ’round, Gabby will host several events and offer exclusive show specials during the January Total Home and Gift Market. A brand new shipment of French antiques will arrive in the Gabby Dallas showroom in time for the market.

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