Urban Expositions: Steady Order Writing in San Francisco

SF_InternationalGiftFairSAN FRANCISCO-San Francisco International Gift Fair exhibitors reported "steady order-writing and quality traffic" during last month's show, said show owner and organizer Urban Expositions.

Urban Expositions said attendance at the show, which took place July 27-30, tracked evenly with 2012 numbers.

"The feedback we got from our exhibitors indicated that this was a solid order-writing show. We continue to focus our efforts on expanding and strengthening the exhibitor base for the San Francisco show and retailers are noticing," said Doug Miller, president, Urban Expositions. "The show's upscale product mix is proving to be a magnet for business-minded, trend-driven retailers in a range of categories--from museums and wineries to specialty boutiques, chains and tourist destinations."

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