ART Card Members to Participate at Las Vegas Market
January 23, 2013,
LAS VEGAS-Sixteen vendors will participate in ART's ART Card program during the Las Vegas Market. ART retail members can take advantage of exclusive deals and promotions, listed below, during the show when they present their ART Card when placing an order.
The vendors and their promotions are: Artisan House (B-354, 5 percent discount on all orders); Classic Concepts (C-309, 5 percent off orders, including show promotions); Crystorama (B-458, inquire in person); Feizy (C-399, 10 percent off orders, cannot be combined with other offers); GuildMaster (A-225, 10 percent off a minimum order of $2,000); Howard Elliott (A-332/334, an additional 5 percent discount on any confirmed show order of $1,000 or more, valid in addition to any other show specials and promotions); IMAX (A-429, 5 percent off); Lazy Susan (B-320, 318, free freight on orders over $2,500); Loloi (B-480, $300 Amazon gift card with purchase of $5,000 or more, gift card will be sent 30 days after complete shipment); Pacific Coast Lighting (A-301, 5 percent discount on orders between $1,500 to $2,499, 10 percent discount on orders of more than $2,500, orders must be written at market and must be for immediate release, discount cannot be combined with any other program discounts); Paragon (B-301, 5 percent discount on orders between $1,000 to $1,999, standard terms apply, orders of more than $2,000 will receive free freight and a free mirror); The Phillips Collection (A-202, 5 percent discount on any show order, in addition to any other market promotions or discounts); Propac (B-301, free freight for orders of $2,000 or more); Sterling (A-416, 5 percent off orders written at market, including show specials); Surya (B-370, 10 percent discount on any show order or free shipping); and Uttermost (B-402, free freight on orders of more than $1,000 for continental U.S. ART retailers).
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