Hermle Heads to High Point Market for 40th Anniversary
AMHERST, VA – FALL 2017 – Hermle North America, maker of fine German and American clocks located in Amherst, Virginia, is pleased to announce their presence at the bi-annual High Point Market Trade Show in High Point, North Carolina starting on Saturday, October 14 and running through Wednesday, October 18. This Fall will mark the company’s fifteenth year hosting a booth at the show, which takes place every six months and brings more than 75,000 attendants, and the show’s opening date will mark Hermle North America’s 40th anniversary. The High Point Market prides itself on the statement that, “if you can’t find it at High Point…it probably doesn’t exist.” Last year was Hermle’s first year in its new show room in the International Home Furnishings Center in booth C365 and many exciting changes are in store for this show.
Quality, this year’s focus, will be portrayed through the handcrafted Hermle clocks that will be displayed in the show room. The focus on quality will relate not only through our pieces, but our commitment to quality customer service to our wholesale customers and to the end consumers, sticking with our products through the generations. It is sure to be a whirlwind experience filled with the opportunities to show everyone what it means to work with Hermle. Hermle will be providing a free cell phone charging station to attendees passing through the store as well as hors d’oeurves and refreshments on Saturday and Sunday from 5pm until 7pm.
Hermle at High Point Market Dates: October 14-18, 2017.
Time: Saturday through Tuesday, doors open from 8am-7pm; Wednesday, from 8am-5pm. Alternate times available by appointment.
Location: High Point Market, High Point, NC. See www.highpointmarket.org for address, parking details, and shuttle schedule.
About Hermle North America
Hermle North America, originally named Hermle Black Forest Clocks, was established by our German parent company in the scenic foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Amherst, Virginia in 1977 to serve the North American market. While the American branch started as the manufacturer of clock movements, it quickly grew into the designer and crafters of sough-after Hermle branded timepieces, working with a vast dealer network across the country to provide an alternative to the mass-produced clocks typically sold in chain retailers. Hermle North America acquired Emperor Clocks, a company known for providing customers with clock-building kids, and now sells Hermle products directly to end consumers through Emperor’s retail website, www.emperorclock.com.
SOURCE: Hermle North America