New Tenants Slated for Las Vegas Market

International Market Center has announced "a marked increase" in home decor and gift resources for the Winter Gift+Home at Las Vegas Market, Jan. 28 - Feb. 1, 2013.

Among the new tenants for the Winter Market are Grasslands Road, a division of Amscan, Inc., Coton Colors, Seasons Jewelry, Roman, Inc., Meissenburg Designs and Blossom Bucket in permanent showrooms, and Design Weave USA, Giftcraft, Indika, Mimex Brands & Labels, Sierra USA, Vandor and Wishnest by Alise Sheehan in temporary space.

"We're very excited about the heightened level of interest in the Las Vegas Market, and the influx of new showroom tenants and temporary exhibitors is resulting in an unprecedented concentration of gift and home decor resources," said Dorothy Belshaw, president of gift and home decor, International Market Centers. "We have set the stage for Gift+Home at Las Vegas Market to become the industry's western marketplace, and leading brands are sharing that vision."

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