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Summer Classics to Open Dallas Market Center Showroom

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Dallas Market Center announces that Summer Classics, a member of the Gabriella White family of companies and premier manufacturer of luxury outdoor furniture, will partner with Designer’s Patio to open a showroom in the World Trade Center prior to the upcoming January Total Home & Gift Market (Jan. 16-22, 2019). The showroom will be located in WTC 154, adjacent to the front doors of the World Trade Center and the Gabby showroom, also a Gabriella White company that creates high-style indoor furniture and lighting.

“We decided to open a Summer Classics showroom because they are innovative, stylish, and work hard to make sure their styles, fabrics, and overall ambiance are exactly what our designers are looking for,” says Geneva Wallace Switzer, co-owner of Designer’s Patio, which will manage the showroom.

The new Summer Classics showroom will offer buyers and interior designers the ability to custom order, making it the perfect place to bring a client. They will also host a lively display of available-now furniture, most of which can be delivered in 48 hours.

Cindy Morris.

“We’re building on the momentum we’ve had with Gabby in the Dallas Mart,” says William White, president of Gabriella White. “Designer’s Patio is a longstanding dealer so we look forward to working with them on this to-the-trade showroom.”

“We are excited to welcome Summer Classics to Dallas Market Center,” says Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “Summer Classics is home to some of the most luxurious outdoor furniture in the industry, and we are thrilled retail buyers and interior designers will be able to experience their products in person at market.”

About Dallas Market Center

Founded in 1957, Dallas Market Center is the world’s most complete wholesale marketplace. Within its marketplace of more than five million sq. ft., retailers from around the globe source products ranging from home furnishings, gifts, decorative accessories, and lighting to textiles, fashion accessories, and women’s, western, men’s, and children’s apparel.

With more than 50 markets each year attended by more than 200,000 retail buyers from all 50 states and 85 countries, Dallas Market Center also offers hundreds of events and seminars geared toward helping retailers expand business and increase profits.

Dallas Market Center Design Resources

Dallas Market Center serves retail buyers and interior designers from around the world who seek a wide range of home décor products from leading manufacturers and emerging brands. Its open-daily design marketplace spans more than 1.5 million sq. ft. and features furniture, decorative accessories, floor coverings, wall art, and residential lighting. Dallas Market Center also hosts global trade events welcoming tens of thousands of buyers, as well as specialized design events throughout the year, which attract thousands of members of the design community from across the country and Latin America.

About Summer Classics

Summer Classics is a member of the Gabriella White family of companies and is a premier innovator, manufacturer, and retailer of fine outdoor furniture in the U.S. since 1978. The family-owned company has aimed to delight its customers by passionately designing luxury outdoor furniture with the belief that timeless designs can and will be embraced for years. Life's Best Moments. Furnished.

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