Dallas Market Center to Launch InStore LIVE! Next Month

DALLAS-Dallas Market Center will debut an intensive workshop for retailers during its Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, June 23 to 29, which will give participants advice for enhancing their business. Called InStore LIVE!, the five-hour event will be held from 1-6:30 p.m. on June 23, in the Expo area between the World Trade Center and the International Floral & Gift Center. It's sponsored by DMC's magazine, InStore.

"InStore LIVE! is our response to the positive feedback we have received about InStore magazine," said Jane Robertson, executive vice president of marketing, DMC. "Our goal is to continue strengthening our partnership with retailers by sharing the insights and ideas from InStore industry experts in a face-to-face, personal format. This is an opportunity for buyers to come in on the front of the market and acquire practical, tactical information in a concentrated time frame."

Registration for the event is $99, and includes all seminars, educational materials, refreshments and a $60 hotel voucher that can be applied to the Wednesday hotel cost.

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