Dallas Market Center Announces January 2010 Best of Show Awards
January 21, 2010,
DALLAS-The Dallas Market Center has announced its Best of Show awards for the Total Home & Gift Market, which ran from Jan. 13 to 19.
Judged during the show by leading industry and visual/design experts, the awards recognize booth or showroom displays that are creative, fresh and innovative.
In the World Trade Center, the winners by floor were: K & K Interiors, Inc., 2nd floor; Katherine's Collection At Silver Lake, Inc., 3rd floor; North Star by Premier, 4th floor; Codarus, 5th floor; Global Views, 6th floor; Kenze Panne Collection, 7th floor; Accentrics, 8th floor; Lam Lee Home, 9th floor; Nova Lighting, 10th floor; and Ambari Inc., 11th floor.
California Floral & Home won the award for the first floor and Direct Export Co., Inc. for the second floor of the International Floral & Gift Center.
The Best of Show awards in the Shared Showrooms category were Wyldewood Cellars in The Gourmet Market; Texoma Marketing in Outdoor Living; Born 4 Couture in KidsWorld Studio; and Eiland in Hemisphere Design Gallery.
In FINDS, the award winners were Twist & Pout Lip Balm in Bath & Body; Art by Amy in Cash & Carry; Christopher Radko in Christmas & Floral; Legacy Athletic in Collegiate; Spicher & Company in Design; Lakegirl in Fashion; Bramble NOW in Furniture; Primitives by Kathy in Gift; Hedge Farm in Garden & Outdoor; WesternWare in Hill Country; Peacock Park Design in Home; Folkmanis, Inc. in Kids; Western Imports in Outdoor Furniture; Kelley Hughes Designs in Paper & Party; John Wind/Maximal Art in Red Haute; and Tervis Tumbler Company in Souvenir.
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