Quick Registration Opens for Summer Las Vegas Market

LAS VEGAS--­Registration for the upcoming Summer 2011 Las Vegas Market Aug. 1-5 is now open, including Quick Reg, which allows returning attendees to register with just one click.

Quick Reg allows retailers, designers, media and industry professionals planning to attend Summer 2011 Las Vegas Market to plan in advance and register online in order to receive their badges before the show. Exhibitors of World Market Center can register easily in their WMCommunity profiles. When registering, attendees are also encouraged to book their hotel rooms through World Market Center Las Vegas' online hotel block to ensure discounted rates.

First-time registrants attending the market in August can visit www.lasvegasmarket.com and will also benefit from a streamlined registration process. Once registered, the Quick Reg feature will automatically be available to a buyer when returning to any future market.

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