300 South Main Launches New Leather Motion Category For High Point Pre-Market
By Nic Ledoux on
Industry wholesaler and manufacturer, 300 South Main, announced the launch into the leather motion category this coming Fall High Point pre-market. The category will be debuted in the newly expanded showroom that 300 South Main announced earlier.
The category launch will include 20 groups that mainly focuses on the transitional to contemporary style range. Sofa price points will begin at $499 in fabric for manual motion with a great style range and value for power leather motion sofas in the $999-$1,199 range. A full lineup of power leather sectionals are available in the $1,999 to $2,999 range as well. All new models will have customizable sectional options.
The new program includes manual and power options, great assortment of leather grades and fabrics, and a surprising array of innovative tech options such as wireless and voice activated controls, wireless charging and beverage cooling and heating.
“Our expanded presence in High Point represents our evolving long-term strategy by showcasing our breadth and depth of products and services that aligns to the company’s strategy,” said Ken Salm, president of 300 South Main.
He said the motion category continues to gain traction with retailers and the company is setup to collaborate with customers to make everyone successful.
“I am thrilled about our brand-new Vietnamese factory that is known for their quality standards for over 20 years. We have great delivery and fantastic lead times. The tech-driven motion category is incredible, and we have some beautiful new designs with all the bells & whistles,” said Salm.
About 300 South Main: 300
South Main was born from a 25 year history of manufacturing quality
outdoor furnishings for retailers worldwide. High quality material give
you the confidence that your furniture will withstand the elements and
keep it appealing for years to come. For more information, visit www.300southmain.com.
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