Winter Gift Fair Opens Online Registration

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Online registration for the winter New York International Gift Fair is now available at nyigf.com.

Advance registration, which will run through 11:59 p.m. on Jan. 22, 2013, is free to qualified retailers and $175 to suppliers to the trade. After completing registration online, attendees will receive a barcode which is redeemable for a badge at any of NYIGF's 70 self-registration terminals at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center and Passenger Ship Terminal Piers 92 and 94, the locations of the show. After Jan. 22, attendees must register onsite at the Gift Fair, at $60 for first-time retailers, $25 for returning retailers and $200 for suppliers to the trade.

Also through nyigf.com, show participants can register in advance for educational seminars and "Only in New York" special events, which include "A Night on Broadway," which will offer specially priced tickets to the Jan. 28 performance of the Disney musical "Newsies."

The winter Gift Fair is scheduled for Jan. 26-30.

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