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HENRIKSEN/BUTLER OPENS NEW SHOWROOM IN RENO

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

January 24, 2015

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HENRIKSEN/BUTLER OPENS NEW SHOWROOM IN RENO

Reno, Nevada - Henriksen/Butler, the leader in contract furniture and workplace design in the Intermountain West, is opening a new showroom this week in Reno, Nevada.

Building a local team of workspace experts, Henriksen/Butler is contributing to Reno’s rapidly growing startup economy. Their new showroom, renovated from an historic 1936 building in “Startup Row,” is a testament to their belief in the power of great space.

“We believe in the importance of great space and the power it has to help companies and employees reach their fullest potential,” said Dave Colling, CEO, Henriksen/Butler.

Working closely with the local architect and design community, H/B is moving into the historic building with the fundamental mission of creating quality workspace for employees and customers to work and collaborate.

The building’s renovations required careful attention to detail. Refinishing the raw wood and steel roofing, as well as maintaining existing steel columns and brick walls, creates a warm juxtaposition between raw and refined – and guests frequently comment that it “just feels right.”

Henriksen/Butler Ribbon Cutting
When:
8:30am – Thursday, January 29th, 2015
Where:
Reno Showroom - 221 W. 1st Street

Henriksen/Butler has been a Herman Miller certified dealer for over 30 years. H/B provides furnishings, floor coverings and pre-engineered modular interiors for corporate, government, technology, healthcare and educational facilities. H/B represents leaders in design innovation including DIRTT, Geiger, Nemschoff, Interface, and Maharam.

Dave Colling says, “We want to expand our business throughout the Western U.S. and believe that Reno is an up and coming market that could benefit from our approach to interiors and furnishings - and believe there is value to having a location in Reno that allows us to cover a greater portion of Nevada.”

Henriksen/Butler is housed in a restored, 124-year-old former synagogue in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. With upcoming expansions, H/B will have five showrooms, three warehouses and over 125 employees across the United States.

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