World Market Center Las Vegas is dedicated to making a greater difference within the home furnishings industry and around the world. This commitment to “giving back” is realized in a variety of ways, beginning with the needs of organizations and causes in World Market Center’s hometown of Las Vegas. Community involvement includes sponsoring an annual “Donation Day” to help the area’s struggling families, contributing to Andre Agassi’s Grand Slam for Children, supporting the “Keep Memory Alive” program at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, and much more.
World Market Center views its leadership position within the industry as a responsibility to foster the greater good on several fronts. Among others, World Market Center provides support for: the City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center; the Gift of Life event, which benefits the Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS; WithIt, an association that advocate for professional women in the home furnishings industry; and the Sustainable Furnishings Council, a coalition of eco-conscious suppliers, manufacturers, retailers and designers formed to foster and promote sustainable practices throughout the home furnishings community.
Administering World Market Center’s non-profit contributions is a dedicated charitable giving committee that reviews each and every request. Whether through employee volunteerism or contributions, World Market Center concentrates its efforts in areas where it is believed the difference will be felt the most.
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In addition to charitable contributions like these, World Market Center spearheaded a nationwide effort to reinvigorate the home furnishings industry, uniting the industry with a common marketing strategy it could unanimously embrace. World Market Center drove the effort to declare September National Home Furnishings month, and launched its broad-based consumer campaign called “Is It Home Yet?”™ during the inaugural National Home Furnishings month in 2009. The cause was further endorsed by organizations such as the National Home Furnishings Association and the Western Home Furnishings Association.