FINDS Dallas Temp Show Categories Double In Size

DALLAS-Dallas Market Center's Design FINDS, Fashion FINDS and Red Haute FINDS have doubled in size and will offer a wide range of new products throughout the FINDS Dallas Temp Show. Design FINDS will be open June 20-24 and Fashion FINDS and Red Haute FINDS from June 21-24 (staggered opening and closing dates for temps).

This is in addition to the new FINDS categories debuting this June: Foodie FINDS and Table & Houseware FINDS, both located on the World Trade Center 12th floor.

"FINDS has grown overall by more than 30 percent since its launch in 2006," said Bill Winsor, president and CEO, Dallas Market Center. "Our team works year round to bring in new products and grow

categories with increasing demand."

Cindy Morris, COO, added, "The Design FINDS move to the Trade Mart atrium allowed the product category to expand tremendously and created great growth in the fashion categories on the 13th floor. Market after market the show continues to expand and offer fresh lines for our buyers."

Donna and Darlene Stevens of d. stevens, which is in Design FINDS, said "The move to the Trade Mart has been great for us - the exposure was terrific. The space allows us to better display our lines and get creative with our designs. Our business grew so much because of the location!"

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