catstudio just wrapped up a whirlwind month that included three back to back to back trade shows. We started out the month with a fun show in Atlanta at our showroom at The Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market, then we happily moved onto the Dallas Temp Total Home & Gift Market, and we finished up the month strong at The Las Vegas Market.
We went into show season with all sorts of new product, including our ever-growing collegiate collection, and some fantastic new glass and dish towel designs. All three of our shows featured our fabulous catstudio Studio which includes the gorgeous new pillow display and our timeless glass and dish towel displays.
Our Atlanta showroom was sporting a brand new custom made set of bleachers that were specially designed to display the collegiate collection in all it’s glory – and boy did it ever.
We had so much fun seeing all of our current customers and meeting potential new customers! This is definitely the most greatest of this job – we love seeing all of our catstudio friends and family!
Everything is bigger in Texas and we made sure to bring BIG designs to our next show. Dallas Market attendees were treated to all of the great new products, including our new XL LSU pillow and one of our upcoming designs – Texas A&M.
Our sales ambassadors met a lot of great new customers and chatted about our newest collegiate designs! With all of this amazing color and vibrant designs, our market booth was anything but boring, that’s for sure.
Las Vegas Market
We traveled to
the wild west Las Vegas for our final show. And we had a blast. During the show, we roped in current and future customers with our fun western theme and beautiful designs. Our hard working catstudio super stars took a night off to enjoy a delicious dinner at the fabulous Giada restaurant.
We were so excited to see our designs on a big sign outside of the market. Don’t our pillows look great on the side of a building? We think so.
Show season has passed for now, but we are just resting up for our big CAMEX show in March! Stay tuned for lots of new designs coming soon!
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We love being a part of initiatives that mean something and make a difference…
Which is why we are proud to partner with Bud Foster (Virginia Tech Football’s Defensive Coordinator) and his Lunch Pail Defense Foundation.
The LPD is a scholarship program; the recipient embodies the characteristics symbolized by the Lunch Pail in terms of spirit, character, work ethic and determination to succeed in all areas of life.
Our new licensed Collegiate Collection does more than show your school pride! Through partnerships like this one and the licensing of our original designs, each purchase you make is supporting your school.
“W-I-N” – (What’s Important Now) To make change; to influence; to use this moment to be better than the last; to achieve greatness in all aspects of your life; win at home. Win at school. Win at business. Win at life. (LPD Foundation, 2015.)
We were happy to donate 20% of sales to the foundation for scholarships!
Ginny (Radford Class of 2001) and Rachel (Virginia Tech Class of 2011) loved being back in the beautiful New River Valley for this special event.
The winner of the live auction got her VT pillow signed by Bud! Truly one-of-a-kind.
Do you think you’re the biggest Hokie fan in all the land?
Then this is for you: a completely hand-embroidered Virginia Tech pillow measuring over 3 feet wide and 2 feet tall – Take your Hokie pride off the field and into your home!
The Lunch Pail Defense Foundation is a non-profit corporation (per IRS Code Section 501(c)(3)) whose purpose is to fund an academic college/university scholarship (or scholarships) for an eligible high school student (or students) from the New River Valley area.
We love the south and were jazzed to be a part of this year’s Explore Charleston Insiders’ Weekend. Here are some of our favorite pics!
Rachel and Ginny kicked off Saturday night with Southern Living “Biscuits & Jam” – a Lowcountry Boil, Pig Roast and Outdoor Concert with a live performance by Houndmouth.
Each guest received a catstudio glass as their ticket into the event. Local breweries and distilleries were set up onsite for beverages and samplings.
Ginny & Sid Evans (Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living)
Rustic touches, from casual rocking chairs to sunflower centerpieces, set the relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.
Sunday Brunch with Chef Kevin Johnson and Deputy Editor of Southern Living Jennifer Cole at The Grocery.
Rachel, Emily, Jennifer, Ginny, and Holly at The Grocery
We had a wonderful time and were thrilled to be a part of such an exciting weekend-long event with the Charleston Area Visitor’s Bureau and Time, Inc. Magazines.
To follow more of our exciting adventures, join us on Instagram and search #catstudioroadtrip. We’ll see you on the road!