Made in America Pavilion to Debut in Vegas

LAS VEGAS - World Market Center will debut a new Made in U.S.A. pavilion for the upcoming Winter 2012 Las Vegas Market, Jan. 30 - Feb. 2, featuring American-made products from nearly 40 companies.

This showcase follows on the successful launch of the American pavilion at Suites at Market Square at the Fall High Point Market, WMC said. The new 5,000-square-foot pavilion, located in on the second floor of Building B, will showcase distinctive American-made furniture and home decor products and collections, highlighting the growing trend toward American-made goods in the industry.

"As more and more consumers move toward the trend in supporting and buying local and domestically made products, Las Vegas Market wanted to present a single destination on the West Coast for those companies to showcase their goods," said Margaret Powers, vice president of tradeshows/Las Vegas. "This new pavilion gives all our manufacturers an opportunity to highlight their made in U.S.A. wares while providing buyers one-stop-shopping for these highly sought-after products. In particular we think our growing international buyer base will be anxious to visit this uniquely American market destination."

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