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OneCoast, a nationwide sales and marketing services company, is expanding its Dallas showroom to include an additional 8,000 square feet of space.
OneCoast, a nationwide sales and marketing services company, is expanding its Dallas showroom to include an additional 8,000 square feet of space. The expansion creates added space for improved product showcasing for its vendors and an enhanced shopping experience for buyers. The OneCoast Dallas showroom, located in the World Trade Center building, will debut at this month’s Total Home and Gift Show.
“The Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas retail area is one of the largest in our industry. It just made sense to expand our presence in the Dallas Market Center to better serve our retailer customers,” says John Keiser, CEO of OneCoast. “Dallas Market Center has been very supportive of our efforts and were good partners to work with in our efforts to better present our vendors and better serve our customers.”
According to Fred Pannek, president of Mud Pie, the brand’s footprint is doubling in size and will overlook the Dallas Market Center Atrium from the second floor. “Buyers are going to love our new space in Dallas where they can work with their OneCoast territory managers in a more relaxed, spacious environment,” he says. “They’ll be able to see the magic that Chad Gieseke and his visual team have created to inspire ideas for merchandising and store displays.”
Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center, says the strong relationship between OneCoast and the Dallas Market Center has been instrumental and essential during this major expansion period. “We’re proud of our long-standing partnership with OneCoast and their strategic decision to expand,” she says. “Their showroom is a destination for loyal buyers during markets, but also throughout the year.”
OneCoast will kick off their newly expanded Dallas showroom at their Ribbon Cutting events on Jan. 8 and Jan 9, in addition to exciting daily events throughout the January market with food, drinks, entertainment and giveaways.