Tag relocates Dallas showroom with Homestyle move

To feature fall and holiday lines

Tag will be in a new showroom location for the Dallas Total Home and Gift Market starting Wednesday, June 23.
Tag's new space, 236, is located in the Dallas World Trade Center with the Homestyle and Ivystone sales agency.
Tag will show its Fall/Holiday 2010 and basic Ingredients lines in the new 1,600-sq.-ft. space.
"The new space in Dallas is perfect timing for Tag," said Garry Schermann, who directs Tag's sales. "The new floor plan allows us maximum flexibility to showcase all of our collections as well as highlight our basic everyday products. Our retailers are booking appointments and are thrilled to be able to plan their Fall and Holiday themes around Tag designs."
Tag's founder Norman Glassberg said, "This is an exciting opportunity for us to reach our retailers much earlier than we have ever been able to do in the past. We are focused on partnering with our retailers and want to present to them every opportunity to help them succeed with their businesses in these challenging times."
The dual launch will be shown in Atlanta (Bldg 1,18-C1), Dallas (#256 World Trade Center), Los Angeles (California Market Center, Suite C13000), Chicago (Merchandise Mart, Suite 13-612) and New York (7 West, Suite 812).
"For the first time in our 34-year history, Tag will show Fall and Holiday in January," Schermann said. "Our retailers are already booking appointments and are thrilled to be able to plan their Fall and Holiday themes around Tag designs."

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