Surya Has Full Schedule Planned for Summer Markets
July 9, 2013,
CALHOUN, Ga.-For the upcoming summer markets, Surya has a host of both social and educational events planned for retailers and designers.
"We look forward to our schedule of exciting events during the upcoming Atlanta and Las Vegas summer markets. Keeping the needs of our customers in mind, Surya is continuing a focus on both informative and creatively inspiring events that bring retailers and designers together to learn more about the various accessory categories, trends and tools to make selling easier and more intuitive for their customers," said Satya Tiwari, president, Surya.
For Las Vegas Market, where Surya shows in C-400, Surya will offer the following events: Monday, July 29, a panel of leading interior designers will discuss the effective use of accessories in the design process at 1:30 p.m. and then the Surya design team will give attendees the latest trends in home fashions at 4 p.m.; Tuesday, July 30, Surya kicks off its new 30,000-square-foot showroom with a ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration, beginning at 5:30 p.m.; and then Wednesday, July 31, Tiwari will again present Rugs 101 at 2 p.m.
The Surya showroom at both markets will also offer attendees complimentary gourmet breakfast and lunch, as well as an afternoon cocktail hour with hot hors d'hoeuvres.
Attendees who pre-register for Surya's priority access before the shows (http://surya.com/market-registration/) will experience a faster check-in and a personalized product walk-through. Each person will be eligible to draw for a welcome gift compliments of Surya. And buyers who schedule and keep appointment times with their Surya reps will be given a 10 percent discount on market orders.
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