Gift Growth in Vegas
January 15, 2014,
LAS VEGAS-Las Vegas Market's largest-ever convergence of temporary gift, home decor and furniture exhibitors will be presented in Building C during the show later this month.
Temporary exhibit space leasing in Building C has "skyrocketed," according to show owner International Market Centers, with 340 temporary gift and home decor exhibits. Overall, temporary exhibits are running more than 10 percent ahead of last year, and temporary presentations on c-ONE, a new showcase of directional home decor and specialty tabletop suppliers launched just six months ago, as well as B2, a collection of home furnishings and furniture temporary exhibits, will be completely sold-out for the winter market.
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