CBK spreads its wings

UNION CITY , Tenn. — Accessories and home décor supplier CBK is increasing its presence at giftware showrooms in several cities.

At Chicago ’s Merchandise Mart, CBK is expanding from 6,800 square feet to 10,400 square feet to accommodate nearly 1,000 new items to debut in January. Its footprint in Atlanta is being bucked up from 6,000 square feet to 11,000 square feet and the company will soon open a showroom in Las Vegas sized at 5,800 square feet.

In other market cities, CBK has already completed the move into a larger footprint. Dallas increased from 5,000 square feet to 10,000. Los Angeles increased to 7,800 square feet from 4,800. And High Point doubled its space to 7,200 square feet.

"With the increasing size and amount of products, along with the popularity of our wall art, it has become necessary to expand the size of each of our showrooms to best display all 5,000 items," said Glenda Ray, vice president of marketing.

CBK supplies wall art, textiles, picture frames, tabletop items, candleholders, accent furniture, lamps, holiday items, and garden decor through wholesalers and to 25,000 independent retailers throughout the United States .

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