Property Brothers Drew & Jonathan Scott to host American Home Furnishings HOF ceremony
January 29, 2020 | 2:46 pm CST

HIGH POINT, N.C.  – Entrepreneurs, authors, and TV personalities Drew and Jonathan Scott will host the American Home Furnishings Hall of Fame Foundation Induction Celebration on Oct. 18 during the High Point Market.

The HGTV Property Brothers stars hosted the event in 2018. The two are also co-founders of Scott Brothers Global, with enterprises including: the award-winning production company Scott Brothers Entertainment, the home furnishings collection Scott Living, the digital design and renovation platform Casaza, and a quarterly lifestyle magazine called Reveal.

“Drew and Jonathan will bring their incredible talent and exuberance to the Induction Celebration, as we honor our new inductees, whose unique expertise and vision helped frame the home furnishings industry,” says Martin Ploy, president of the Foundation board of directors, and president of AICO/Amini Innovation Corp.  “The Scott brothers, who were our hosts in 2018, will again be creatively involved in planning with our Celebration Chairman Michael Amini.”

“Drew and I are happy and humbled to participate in the Induction Celebration again this year,” said Jonathan Scott. “It’s an honor to be taking part in the industry’s most prestigious gathering of trailblazers in the home design space.”

Drew Scott added, “We appreciate the incredibly talented individuals who have helped build and inspire this great industry, and we are thrilled to be a part of honoring them.”

The American Home Furnishings Hall of Fame Foundation Inc. is an industry-wide organization founded to preserve its history, to celebrate exceptional individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to the U.S. home furnishings industry, and to inspire a new class of innovation and leadership. A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, the organization currently is based in High Point, North Carolina; the grand opening of a new permanent home is targeted for April 2021.

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