Dallas Market Center Announces Partnership with Gourmet Catalog Buying Group

Key Industry Organization to Participate in January Total Housewares & Gourmet Market
November 10, 2017Press Release

Dallas Market CenterDALLAS—Dallas Market Center announced the details of a new partnership with Gourmet Catalog, a leading buying group for the kitchenwares industry and serving more than 350 locations across the nation. Gourmet Catalog (GC Buying Group) will welcome store and vendor members to its new Dallas Market Center showroom during the Dallas Total Housewares & Gourmet Market, January 17-23, 2018.

GC Buying Group offers members the benefit of discounts, dating, business consultation, marketing, and networking events through the exclusive relationship. Membership is open to kitchenware retailers, as well as retailers interested in adding the category. GC Buying Group also provides training, information and the resources necessary to improve sales while allowing members to maintain autonomy.

“We are pleased to work with Gourmet Catalog Buying Group as our housewares and specialty food marketplace continues to expand,” Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center, said. “The retailers that partner with this important group have the ability to increase their profits and extend their consumer base.”

“Creating a Dallas Market Center presence will help us serve more members with special programming and benefits,” said Janis Johnson, founder and president of Gourmet Catalog Buying Group Inc. “We look forward to being in Dallas this January.”


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