Natori signs Mosso rep group    

New York – In a move that marks the company’s effort to bring the Natori Collection of home textiles to the small independent boutique retailing community, Christian Mosso & Associates has been signed to represent the collection in its Atlanta showroom as well as throughout the Southwest region of the United States.

The partnership with CMA, which is based at the AmericasMart in Atlanta, begins on July 8 during the Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market.

This is the first of several sales associations Natori plans to work with to cover the country, said James Booth, svp, marketing, public relations and licensing. “We expect in the very near future to announce relationships with other singular organizations that will give Natori a national reach,” Booth said.

“Our objective is to reach and better serve the smaller, independent boutique retailer. These retailers have a great understanding of luxury product and the customer service that is so important at these price points. We are thrilled to be part of the CMA showroom presentation at America’s Mart.”

The Natori Collection, which includes the licensed product by JLA Home, features Natori bedding, Natori lounge and sleepwear, and the Natori line of decorative pillows and throws.

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