Dallas Market Center to Launch PB&J for Juvenile Products

DALLAS-The Dallas Market Center has scheduled PB&J: The Preview for Baby & Juvenile, a new trade event, for Oct. 2-4, 2012.

The new show will spotlight selections from manufacturers of juvenile furniture, bedding, gifts, decor, baby care, accessories, strollers, high chairs and nursing/feeding products. It is part of a joint venture with the Toy Industry Association, which will hold the TIA Fall Toy Preview in early October as well.

 

Like the Fall Toy Preview, PB&J is positioned as a by-appointment-only event to bring vendors and mass retailers together for private meetings and other networking events.

Bill Winsor, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center, said, "Our goal is to deliver an environment where corporate sourcing teams can conduct business more efficiently."

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