Surtex Attendee Registration Opens

SurtexWHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Online registration is now open for Surtex, which is scheduled for May 18-20 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City.

A statement from GLM, the show's owner and manager, said show attendance is free to qualified art buyers and licensees who register by the early registration deadline of May 13. Along with saving the $60 onsite admission fee, qualified attendees who register early will receive updates as news develops about the show's exhibitors, features, onsite activities and social events.

Attendance preregistration is accessible at surtex.com by way of mobile devices and tablets as well as standard computers. Once qualified, attendees will receive a confirmation email that includes a scannable e-badge that will process an actual badge at the onsite Surtex registration counter. This badge will also allow attendees to enter the two co-located shows, the International Contemporary Furniture Fair and signature mix marketplace, the latter of which will consist of the National Stationery Show, Creative & Lifestyle Arts and Gift>it.

In addition, hotel reservation booking for exclusive Surtex rates at about 50 New York City hotels is now available through surtex.com and myglmtravel.com.

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