Monthly Archives: March 2020

  1. COVID-19 ZUO Operations Update

    COVID-19 ZUO Operations Update

    Dear Family, Partners, Customers and Vendors.

    As we all adapt our daily lives to help curb the spread of COVID-19, we want to communicate with you about the steps we are taking to ensure the safety of our employees as well as our business together.

    Trying to maintain a balance and doing the moral thing is a critical act these days. Zuo has moved our office operations remotely in compliance of the San Francisco Bay Area Shelter in Place as of March 17th. We are here to answer any of your inquires during our normal unchanged office hours.

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  2. Spring 2020 High Point Market Postponed: The furniture industry is all in this together

    Spring 2020 High Point Market Postponed: The furniture industry is all in this together

    For last 15 years, Zuo has not missed our two weeks of Spring in High Point, and we are saddened that Market has been cancelled. But in this time of uncertainty, we must value our family, friends, and health above all. There will be future markets, more new design introductions, and more people and companies creating exciting new opportunities in furniture. We as a company and part of this great industry will survive. Let’s all practice good hygiene and social responsibility and stop the virus.

    Zuo will keep you posted with Alternative technology for viewing our collection soon.

    Press Release from High Point Market Authority:

    Spring 2020 High Point Market Postponed
    Updated: 03/12/2020 6pm ET
    HIGH POINT, N.C., March 12, 2020 — The High Point Market Authority has been closely monitoring the ongoing and rapidly-evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) sit
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  3. The Wellness Project With Lori Miller

    The Wellness Project With Lori Miller

    Did you know that your home can actually affect you mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually? Wellness architecture was highlighted at the 2017 Global Wellness Summit as one of the eight wellness trends that will have global effects. It is about designing your home using composting, low/no VOC paints, hands free faucets, using mindfulness with a yoga room or soaking in a tub.

    It is about designing your home for your wellness, to bring peace and serenity. So, what better way to design for wellness than to help raise awareness and support breast cancer research? Lori Miller of LGC Interior Design chose to design a room for the Holiday House which is founded by Iris Dankner and helps raise crucial funds for the prevention and cure for cancer.

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