Made in America Pavilion Doubles in Size for the April Market
April 4, 2012,
HIGH POINT, N.C.--Building on the highly enthusiastic response from buyers and exhibitors at the October High Point Market, the Made in America Pavilion is returning to Market Square & Suites for the April 21-26 show with twice as much space and nearly 50 exhibitors.
This market, the Made in America Pavilion will cover nearly 32,000 square feet of space, providing a showcase for the best American-made furniture, lighting, rugs, wall art and decorative accessories.
New exhibitors in the pavilion include American Furniture Exporters, Amish Impressions by Fusion Designs, Artisan Weavers/Beljen Mills, Artist Guild of America, Atomic Playrooms/Funner Than Furniture, Bushline Furniture, California House, Coastal Woodcraft, LLC, Cody Road Workshops, Darrellene Designs, Exotic Sands, Flat Rock Furniture, Froggy Bottom Outdoor Furniture, Furniture Traditions, Habersham, John Michael Originals Furniture, John Strauss Furniture Design, Lancer, Linda Calvert Jacobson, Linwood Furniture, Loocstudio, LT Moses Willard, Inc., Made in the USA Foundation, Oak Design Corp., Paladin Inds., Rustics, S&S Acrylic, Salmagundi, Sarahjanes Oilcloth/The Preppy Possum, Sarkis Studio, Shiner/Home Source International, Solos Glass, Sugarpost, Sweetwater Trading Co., The Poplar Concept/Bark Clad, Trend Manor Furniture, Wallflower Art Boutique, Whimsies, Winchester Woodworks and Wright Table Co.
Returning exhibitors include California House, Coastal Woodcraft, LLC, Cord Coverup by A&M Designs, Designs in Wood, LLC, Dixie Seating Co., Floyd Evans, J.L. Treharn & Co., Key City Furniture Co., Lauren Lachance Collection, Leathercraft, Summit Lamp Corp. and Troutman Chair.
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