Fort Worth-based Techline Furniture, Cabinetry & Closets (DFW), designer of custom closets and furniture, celebrates its 20th anniversary with an open house event to be held Thurs., Nov. 10, showcasing 13 local businesses that will “move-in” to the company’s showroom areas. These businesses will take over showroom vingettes related to their product offerings and services. This partnership with a variety of businesses is aimed at displaying how Techline can offer a custom design solution for any area of the house and business, from elaborate master closets and pantries to commercial workstations and business offices.

Admission is free and is open to the public, but Techline is encouraging attendees to bring canned goods to support the Tarrant Area Food Bank, one of the 13 companies participating. The evening also will include gift giveaways as well as entertainment.

“We wanted to create a fun and memorable event that not only demonstrates our capabilities, but supports other local businesses and gives back to the Fort Worth community who have supported us for 20 years,” said Carol K. Courter, president and co-founder of Techline, in a statement.

Along with recognition of its successful completion of two decades in business, Techline-DWF recently decided to rebrand, adding 'Closets' to its name due to the accelerated growth of its closets and home organization business.

Techline-DWF is a dealer for the ORG product line from The Stow Co., the Sienna Collection from Jay Rambo Co., and Vogel Wood Products.

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