Home Furnishings Industry Conference to Include Product Showcase

ROSEVILLE, Calif.-The 2012 Home Furnishings Industry Conference will feature a product showcase in which vendors can display products and services.

Along with providing the opportunity for attendees to purchase these products and services, the showcase will hold a one-hour "Let's Make a Deal" event, in which vendors will be able to offer a "secret special" that will only be revealed during the event. Attendees will have one hour to shop the product showcase and receive these exclusive deals, according to the Western Home Furnishings Association, which sponsors the Home Furnishings Industry Conference along with the National Home Furnishings Association.

The conference is scheduled for May 6-8 at the Westin Mission Hills Resort & Spa in Palm Springs, Calif.

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