NY Now Online Registration Opens

NY NowWHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Online registration for the summer edition of NY Now has opened at nynow.com/register.

Christian Falkenberg, the show's director and senior vice president of show owner and manager GLM, said, "We've opened NY Now attendee registration early to facilitate retailers' summer market planning." Falkenberg added that the online registration system allows for round-the-clock access and "convenient prepopulation of data for returning registrations." The system also includes links to seminar and event registration, travel and hotel registrations, and NY Now's online product directory.

Advance registration for the show will be available through 11:59 p.m. EDT on Aug. 12. After that date, registration will cost $60 for qualified buyers. Suppliers to the trade, as well as industry guests, can registration for $175 through Aug. 19 and $200 at the show's site.

The NY Now summer edition will run from Aug. 16-20 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center and Passenger Ship Terminal Pier 94, both in New York City. The show is expected to bring some 2,800 exhibitor and about 33,000 attendees.

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