High Point Market Twitter Set for March 18

High Point Market Announces Twitter Chat
February 18, 2015Duke Ratliff

HighPointMarketlogoHIGH POINT, N.C.–The High Point Market Authority (@hpmarketnews) and collaborative community Decor Mentor (@decormentor) are once again co-hosting the popular global Twitter Chat at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18. The Chat will preview new products for the upcoming Spring High Point Market, which takes place on April 18-23.

High Point Market exhibitors are invited to submit a total of two photos of their April introductions to the High Point Market Authority on March 12 by 5 p.m. Go to www.highpointmarket.org/instructions for instructions on how to submit your products. Submissions are limited to two new products per company.

The Decor Mentor team will curate a collection of their top picks on Twitter using the official High Point Market hashtag #hpmkt. The team will also discuss new trends, April 2015 Market tips, events and more.

Duke RatliffDuke Ratliff | Editor-in-Chief
dratliff@hfnmag.com

Duke Ratliff, the editor-in-chief of HFN, has reported on the home furnishings industry since 1993. He oversees HFN’s print edition and online coverage of the retail industry, as well as trends in furniture and lighting, mattresses, tabletop, housewares, floor covering and textiles. He enjoys traveling to numerous domestic—and occasionally, international—trade shows. He feels that the perfect combination of a great product and a creative, attention-getting marketing plan is a thing of beauty. He lives in Westchester County, N.Y., with his wife, two children, two dogs, five chickens, two finches, three lizards and a five-foot-long corn snake.

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