IHA: 2014 Housewares Show Nearly Sold Out

International Home + Housewares Show 2014ROSEMONT, Ill.-The 2014 International Home + Housewares Show is more than 90 percent sold out, according to a statement from the International Housewares Association, the show's owner and operator.

The show will display products from more than 2,100 exhibitors from around the world, including 400 new companies exhibiting for the first time. Among the suppliers who will be returning after an absence are Philips Saeco and Samsung Electronics America. Other exhibitors returning after an absence include:

Dine + Design Expo: CamelBak Products, Christy Designs, Couleur Nature/Mas D'Ousvan, Creative Co-Op, FunkyChunky, Giam (Allsop Inc.), Portmeirion, Pujols Kitchen Discover Design: Ary Trays AB, David Rasmussen Design, Ekobo Ecology & Design, Finell, R.F. Yamakawa Co., Rosendahl Timepieces, Waechtersbach USA Wired + Well Expo: Caso Germany, Hypercel Corp., iDevices LLC, Jerdon Style

Clean, Contain + Sustain Expo: ALIFE, L.C. Industries, Protect Plus Industries, Really Useful Products Ltd., WorldWise Inc.

"We are very pleased with the response from exhibitors and expect to be sold out very soon," said Phil Brandl, IHA president and CEO. "We are also encouraged by the return of several familiar companies who are exhibiting after a brief absence."

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