Thursday, May 31, 2012

Joy To The World Collectibles Establishes West Coast Presence at CMC

The California Market Center (CMC) has announced the addition of premier glass ornament company, Joy To The World Collectibles, to its growing array of GIFT & HOME showrooms. This new addition to the CMC's GIFT & HOME showcase reinforces the building's growing reputation as the strongest resource for holiday, seasonal, and collectibles on the West Coast, joining Melrose International, Katherine's Collection, TJ's Christmas, Vickerman Trees & Lights, RAZ Imports, and many others.

Established in 1998, Joy To The World Collectibles pride themselves on offering a wide range of designer handcrafted glass ornaments that are 100 percent sourced and made in Europe. Exclusive collections include: The Pet Set, the largest and most comprehensive dog breed ornament line on the market; Collegiate lines, including USC, UCLA and Cal Berkeley; Officially licensed ornaments for Diva Dog, Glitterazzi, and Metzler Bros by Joy To The World; as well as a custom division that caters to all budgets. Their new CMC showroom will also double as a design studio where they will meet with clients to create custom ornaments or private label collections.

“The CMC is offering a fresh approach to the wholesale trade industry, which is why we chose the building” said Lisa Kelechava, President and Founder. “We have clients in the Western US that prefer to do their buying closer to home and we hope that this new showroom will service customers that we have not been able to reach otherwise.”

Gerry Seibel, Vice President of New Business Development for Gift and Home shared in Lisa’s excitement, saying: “We are ecstatic that Joy To The World Collectibles has made the CMC their new West Coast home. Their handmade ornaments are unmatched in quality and design, and no where else in the Western US are there similar products.”

The next CMC Gift & Home Market will begin on Tuesday, July 24 at the CMC, and will run through Tuesday, July 31.

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