New and Relocated Showrooms Set for Dallas Lighting Market

DALLAS-Dallas Market Center has unveiled new, expanded and/or relocated showrooms for the upcoming International Lighting Market.

New showrooms include Z-Lite, located in space 4943 of the Trade Mart; Impact Crystal & Home in space 304 of the World Trade Center; and Nova Lighting in space 4729 of the Trade Mart. Relocating companies are Sea Gull Lighting in space 4400 of the Trade Mart, Hampstead Lighting in space 3656-08 of the Trade Mart and Bar Del International in space 3656-09 of the Trade Mart. HoltKoetter is both expanding its space and relocating, to space 4600 of the Trade Mart.

The new spaces for Hampstead Lighting and Bar Del International are part of Spectrum, the shared showroom. Other companies located in this space are Lights Up!, Elica, Edge Lighting, Tao Electronics and CDS Lighting Studio.

The International Lighting Market is scheduled to take place from June 24-27.

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