WMC Las Vegas announces expansion of Design & Living at summer Market
April 19, 2011,
World Market Center Las Vegas recently announced the expansion and relocation of its Design & Living show section at this year's summer Las Vegas Market.
The showcase, which is growing from its current location in Building B to the fully-dedicated fourth floor of Building C, will feature a fashion-focused furnishings including indoor and outdoor, home décor, home textiles and gift.
Committed exhibitors in the Design & Living location at summer Market so far include Amano Modern, Asian Art Imports, Assouline, Authentic Models, Catania Silks, Couleur, Creative Threads, Davenport Home, Down Inc., Dust Furniture, Eangee, EcoSmart Fire, Elite Textiles, G. Romano Inc., Grass Co., Greenington LLC, Harbour Outdoor, Haute House Home Furnishings Inc., Journey Trading Co., Karma Living, Mastour Fine Rugs, Moda Dora Gift & Home Ltd, Mathews & Company, PolRey Furniture, Riado, Room Service, Saddlemans of Santa Fe, Satterfield's LLC, Trimland, Uniqwa Furniture, Vahallan Papers, Veritas, White Loft and Woven Workz.
The summer Las Vegas Market will be held Aug. 1-5. Permanent exhibitors will be open Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; temporary exhibitors will be open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Quick registration as well as hotel partner room availability is now available online. Quick registration allows returning buyers, designers and members of the media who registered for this year's winter Market to register for the upcoming summer Market with just one click. Attendees are also able to take advantage of discounted hotel rates at some of Las Vegas' best hotels, both on and off the Strip.
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