Goetz Inc. Expanding, Opening New Division

—Extending Trade Mart space, adding World Trade Center showroom—
DALLAS – December 19, 2016 – Dallas Market Center, the largest and most successful open-daily home décor and gift marketplace in the country, has announced that celebrated multi-line showroom Goetz Inc. is dramatically expanding its Trade Mart showroom and adding a new division in a new showroom in the World Trade Center. These additions will make Goetz Inc. the largest multi-line exhibiting company in Dallas Market Center.
For the January Total Home & Gift Market (January 18-24, 2017), Goetz will debut a Trade Mart showroom expansion of nearly 4,000 square feet to showcase the entire line from leading design house Roost and its collections of furniture and lighting, home accessories, tabletop, jewelry and holiday decor.
This expansion will allow Roost its largest showroom presence in the U.S. by featuring each collection in its entirety. Additionally, Goetz will welcome new lines to the Trade Mart space including Bovi Home, Lucid Candles, Tizo, and Maileg that will join his established roster of leading industry brands.
In World Trade Center 211, Goetz will present a soft opening of its 9,000 square foot new division with a more formal renovation and grand opening planned for June 2017. For January, the new division will debut a collection of prominent lines that includes Apotheke, Baudelaire Soap, Biren & Co, Buffalo Girls Salvage, DL & Co, Galassi, Graf & Lantz, Jane Inc., Louvelle, Magenta, Maika, Panier Des Sens, Soap & Paper Company, Star Home, Treska, We Dream In Color, Women Warriors and Zodax.
After January market, the World Trade Center space will undergo complete renovation and redesign to reflect the high standards of merchandising and hospitality found in the Trade Mart location.
“For more than three decades, Leon has created an inspiring buyer destination and has showcased a top collection of high-profile brands and rising stars in home and gift,” said Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “We congratulate him as he continues to anchor the luxury lifestyle neighborhood in the Trade Mart and brings stylish products to new space in the World Trade Center.”
“This is a rare opportunity to create and expand significant brand presentation by extending our presence to the World Trade Center,” said Leon Goetz. “We continue to focus on serving the best retailers in the country and look forward to offering these loyal customers more reasons to visit our showrooms.”
Dallas Market Center is the leading home décor and gift marketplace serving the more than 1 million retailers located in mid-America. Each January and June, tens of thousands of retailers visit its dynamic marketplace to place orders for new products, network with company leaders, and gain insights into a rapidly changing industry.
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About Dallas Market Center
Dallas Market Center is a global business-to-business trade center and the leading wholesale marketplace in North America connecting retailers and interior designers with top manufacturers in home décor, furniture, gifts, lighting and fashion. Inside its dynamic, five million square foot campus near downtown Dallas, nearly 200,000 customers from all 50 states and 85 countries seek industry trends, business education and new products via open-daily showrooms and from exhibitors participating in trade events held throughout the year. The Dallas Market Center website is available at dallasmarketcenter.com.