Bright Young Teoman
KOKET designer, Andrew Teoman wins Light + Building's Bright Young Talent award for his Gia chandelier design.
Due Process Stable Trading Company is excited to announce the promotions of Mike Massmann as our new Senior Vice President, Neal Birnbaum as Vice President of Sales and the new addition of Allen Cappuccio as IT Director.
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New to Phillips Scott?
Now in SALON at Suites at Market Square for more than four years this is a company not to overlook.
Phillips Scott has transitional furniture designs that are classic, timeless, and clean. Curves combined with straight lines in a transitional style deliver a look that balances both masculine and feminine attributes for a versitile design that can be mixed with any style.
Phillips Scott also offers approximately a dozen different finishes to choose from and can customize most of their styles.
Offering the majority of their products as in-stock they are a go to destination to get your business on track with the right price point.
Discover this season’s most glamorous styles from Phillips Scott’s NEW Signature Collection.
See you at Market,
Phillips Scott, G-7017 SALON
The High Point Market Authority Recognizes Outgoing Board Members
At its annual board meeting, the High Point Market Authority recognized the service of several outgoing board members.
High Point Market’s Stars Under the Stars Features Billy Ocean and Little River Band!
Stars Under the Stars, the legendary series of events at the High Point Market, is offering two unique nights of entertainment at Fall Market, October 18 - 23, 2014.
High Point Market Authority Announces the Public Art Pilot Project Initially Featuring Local Artist Charles B. Foster
The High Point Market Authority (HPMA) is pleased to announce that through a partnership that includes the Southwest Renewal Foundation, the High Point Convention & Visitors Bureau, the High Point Rotary Club, the design group Opportunity High Point, the Theatre Art Galleries (TAG), High Point Bank, the High Point Arts Council and the City of High Point, the first public/private art pilot project (“the project”) will unfold in seven locations, including three in the Market district. The project will initially feature sculptures from local artist Charles B. “Chuck” Foster who works in time-honored materials – granite, marble and bronze.