Tracy Arnett Hall
Having been in the industry for over 30 years, Tracy has developed a distinguished reputation amongst both her clients and manufacturers. She has been working in the hospitality industry since being involved in Club Corp in the mid 70s. After attending the University of Texas and acquiring a degree in Interior Design she continued to pursue her career in Interior Design as an in-house designer for Club Corp. She began working for Chris Consultants in 1986 until changing pace in 1990. Tracy then started her own company working as a manufacturers representative, concentrating on custom furnishings, lighting, leathers, and restaurant tabletops. Having gained a solid reputation in customer service and wisdom in fine furnishings, she continues to represent manufacturers, specializing in mid to high-end hotels, restaurants, clubs and various other unique spaces. She has numerous professional affiliations, including NEWH and she is NCIDQ accredited.
Amy has partnered with Tracy bringing 20 years of experience in the furnishings industry. Having studied at the University of North Texas, majoring in Home Furnishings Merchandising, with a minor in Marketing, Amy began her career in 2002 working Market at the Dallas World Trade Center then transitioned to manufacturer work in product development for Montaage, and then Arteriors, spending 10 years with the company, in product development, key account sales, and most notably developed the contract & hospitality division - overseeing sales, customer service, as well as trips to Asia more than a dozen times for sourcing and business development. Amy later served in National Sales Manager roles for Charter Furniture and Spike Lighting. In addition to membership in NEWH, Amy currently serves on the advisory board at UNT's College of Merchandising, Hospitality and Tourism and has taken on a mentor role to various students in the internship program for the Home Furnishings Merchandising department.