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Pelican Reef Introduces Modern Panama Jack Outdoor & Sunroom Collections

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Pelican Reef, a leading provider of outdoor patio and woven furniture, has introduced multiple new collections of Modern Panama Jack Outdoor & Sunroom furniture. Their Showplace showroom #1600 located in High Point, North Carolina, will be the first official showing for Panama Jack Collections Mykonos, Cancun, Sandcastle, and Espresso by Pelican Reef.

Panama Jack continues to expand its outdoor and sunroom collections for 2020 and beyond. Mykonos has a modern look with clean lines made from extruded aluminum, and powder-coated in a matte white finish.

“It’s simply spectacular, it’s comfortable and fits that contemporary look everyone is looking for.,” said Mayleen Chadwick, vice president of Operations.

Cancun and Mykonos were sneak peeked over the past few weeks to established stocking dealers and existing accounts to get them excited for the upcoming market. Sandcastle and Espresso also will be on display next week for customers to see the exciting new looks. All the new groups will be part of our warehouse stock program and mixable container program that can be pre-ordered during any of our remaining 2019 trade shows: High Point this coming week, Las Vegas in August, and Chicago in September.

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