ART Card Program Continues at Summer Markets

Four new vendors have joined the program this time around
June 15, 2016Andrea Lillo

ARTCHARLOTTE, N.C.—ART retail members will be able to again take advantage of the ART card program this summer, as exclusive deals, discounts and more will be available at the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Show and the Las Vegas Market.

Seventeen vendors are participating at Dallas Market, including two new ones: Beatriz Ball (World Trade Center 236) and Varaluz (Trade Mart 4507). At Atlanta Market, there are 14 participating vendors, including new ones Kas Rugs (Building 1, 4-C-5) and Beatriz Ball (Building 2, 1801). At Las Vegas Market, 16 vendors will take part in the program, including Beatriz Ball (C-696) and Home Trends & Design (B-120), two new vendors in the program.

For the details on all of the vendors’ offers and promotions, click here.

Retailers are eligible for the market discounts with their ART memberships. Retail membership costs $250 a year and is open to home furnishings retailers and interior design studios. The retailer member receives a personalized ART Card, which is presented to participating vendors when placing an order at market in order to receive these exclusive specials. For more information on ART, visit whyjoinart.org or call 704-376-4278.

Andrea LilloAndrea Lillo | Fashion Editor
alillo@hfnmag.com

Andrea Lillo has written about a variety of topics, from beer gardens in Queens to kitchen design trends to residential caves. Having joined Home Furnishings News in 2006, she serves as Fashion Editor.

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