ART Announces 19 ART Card Participants at High Point Market

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CHARLOTTE, N.C.-Nineteen exhibitors will participate in Accessories Resource Team (ART) card program during the High Point Market next month, offering discounts, free freight with minimum orders and more to ART retail members when those retailers present their ART cards when placing an order.

A complete list of the High Point vendor specials is listed on ART's website,

In addition, ART will host several mini-seminars at four exhibitors' showrooms in the International Home Furnishings Center during the market. On Sunday, April 22, "Turning Inspiration into Attractions by Laura Kirar" will be held at Arteriors Home's H320 showroom at 2 p.m. and then "Connecting the Dots for Spring/Summer 2012 With Connie Post" will take place at IMAX's W446 showroom at 2:30 p.m. On Monday, April 23, "The Geography of Wall Decor" will take place in Paragon's C203 showroom at 11 a.m. and then "Branding and the Importance of Differentiation in a World of Sameness" will be held in the Phillips Collection's C202 showroom at 3 p.m.

Co-sponsored by IMCenters and IHFC/High Point, ART's bowling event will take place at the High Point Bowling Center on Monday, April 23 at 7 PM. The cost is $40 per person pre-registration and $50 at the door. The fee includes dinner, beer and bowling. To register, visit and click on the quick link for ART Bowling Registration.

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