Klaussner set to launch Trisha Yearwood Home Collection
February 16, 2015,
Yearwood, who is touring with her husband in the Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood, is also host of Food Network’s “Trisha’s Southern Kitchen” and a New York Times bestselling cookbook author. She will attend the High Point Market to introduce her first home collection in the Klaussner showroom.
Wittenberg said the debut of the Trisha Yearwood Home Collection has been “a year in the making.” Klaussner officials added that the partnership with Yearwood represents the company’s commitment to collaboration with “like-minded brands and talent” and will allow Klaussner to expand its profile in the U.S market and abroad.
“The partnership with Klaussner is a natural fit and we are all excited to reveal the collection in April,” Yearwood said. “Being back on the road reminds me how much we all need a warm and inviting space to return to. My collection with Klaussner is all about comfort and accessibility, giving everyone a place to relax and recharge with family and friends.”
Yearwood is releasing a third cookbook, “Trisha’s Table: My Feel-Good Favorites for a Balanced Life,” (Clarkson Potter) on March 31. The collaboration between Klaussner and Yearwood was structured by ACI Licensing in Los Angeles.
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