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Casual Show exhibitors recognized for excellence in visual displays

Exhibitors at the International Casual Furniture & Accessories Market were recognized for Merchandising Excellence in their showrooms and temporary spaces last month. For the first year, second- and third-place runner-ups also were recognized for their visual display efforts.

In the showroom category, Brown Jordan received first place for showrooms more than 5,000 square feet. Runner-ups included Lloyd/Flanders (second place) and Winston (third place). Finally, O.W. Lee was awarded for showrooms under 5,000 square feet. JANUS et Cie received second place and Tommy Bahama, third.

In the furniture category, Three Birds Casual was awarded for its space, over 600 square feet. Outback Chair Company and Poly-Wood tied at second place. For furniture exhibitors located in a space under 600 square feet, Eon Outdoor Living received first place, and Sifas and Jensen Jarrah second and third place, respectively.

First-time exhibitor Hunter Fan won the Merchandising Excellence Award in the Accessories category for temporary exhibits under 1,000 square feet. Runner-ups were Two Dogs Designs (second place) and Couristan (third place). The HammockSource received the award for temporary exhibitors over 1,000 square feet. No runner-ups were named in that category.

Eon Outdoor Living, above, received first place in the furniture category for its temporary space under 600 square feet. Hunter Fan, above right, won first place in the accessories category for its temporary booth under 1,000 square feet. The two companies were both first-time exhibitors at the show. At right, Three Birds Casual drew attention with lively blue fabric, and received first place in the furniture category for booths more than 600 square feet.

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