Merchandise Mart to Offer New and Expanded Showrooms for Chicago Market

CHICAGO-The Chicago Merchandise Mart will feature both new tenants and expanded showrooms for the upcoming Chicago Winter Market, Jan. 19-25.

Newcomers to the building include Alliance Sales, offering gift and inspirational products, in room 13-253; Ashton Fine Arts, a wall decor vendor, in room 1486; C&F Enterprises, offering seasonal, bedding and textile merchandise, in room 1422; gift and stationery manufacturer Charlie & Me in room 1467; Haefling Group, which offers gift, gourmet, seasonal and home decor, in room 13-400; and MiSun Fashion House in room 14-100, offering fashion accessories.

Among those that have expanded their Merchandise Mart showrooms are AND! Sales in room 1420, a vendor of seasonal, home decor and garden products; Designs Combined in room 13-134, offering decorative accessories and seasonal products; and Young's Inc. in room 13-616, a marketer of fashion accessories and gifts.

In addition, exhibitors that have renewed their leases include Casa Bella, a provider of high-end gift, home accessories and fashion accessories, in room 13-416; Diane Baker in room 13-417, a vendor of high-end tabletop, linens and gifts; DNA in room 1426, offering gift, seasonal and fashion accessories; MeraVic, offering floral and seasonal products, in room 13-405; Midwest-CBK in room 13-155, a manufacturer of seasonal, gift and home decor; and Sarm & Nastovski in room 13-203; a supplier of tabletop, fashion accessories and gourmet products.

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