High Point Made in America Pavilion Back with 44 New Exhibitors

HIGH POINT, N.C.-The Made in America Pavilion is returning for the upcoming Spring 2013 High Point Market running April 20-25, and will feature 44 new exhibitors, including a 7,000 square-foot presentation of companies from the Authentic Home Furnishings Association. The Made in America Pavilion showcases a total of 66 exhibitors in 40,000 square feet.

"We are thrilled with the success we have seen in the Made in America Pavilion, which has continued to grow as consumer demand for domestically produced products has grown," said Julie Messner, vice president of leasing for International Market Centers, which operates the Suites at Market Square.

The Made in America Pavilion, once again located on the first (top) floor of the Suites at Market Square, showcases a diverse mix of domestically produced product, including case goods, upholstery, rugs, wall art, decorative accessories, and more.

"The diversity of product styles is what is really amazing," said Messner. "Made in America no longer means one distinct style. There are options for every style and region of the world."

New to the Pavilion this market is a 7,000 square-foot display of ready-to-finish goods organized by the Authentic Home Furnishings Association. The AHFA will hold an Open House Reception on Tuesday, April 23, 5-8:30 p.m.

For a list of all of the Made in America Pavilion companies showing at the Suites at Market Square this Market, visit http://imchighpointmarket.com/high-point-market/made-in-america/.

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