Home Source to Return to Dallas Market

ATLANTA-Home Source International will be exhibiting at the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, which opens tomorrow, after a two-year absence from the show.

The company and its furniture and lighting division, Shiner International, will be in both 217 of the Home Section, located on the sixth floor of the Dallas Market Center. It will be sharing this space with Bedford Cottage.

Among the products Home Source will highlight will be new colors in its line of MicroCotton towels and bamboo sheets. In addition, the company will be showcasing the beach towels from its recently launched license with Coca-Cola. This will also be Home Source's first exhibiting in Dallas of Shiner International, which it acquired last year, in which it will present the division's eco-friendly light fixtures.

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