ITMA announces future Showtime dates

The International Textile Market Association will host its semiannual Showtime fabric market from noon Sunday, Dec. 5, through 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 8, in High Point, N.C.

At Showtime, approximately 200 ITMA Members present their latest fabric, trim and leather introductions primarily for the home furnishings industry.

Held twice a year, Showtime is recognized as the largest decorative textile show in the Western Hemisphere.

Showtime typically attracts guests from more than 800 companies, who come to view new introductions and place order for decorative products from the mills, converters, tanneries
and trimming manufacturers that are members of the ITMA.

Be sure to mark you calendars for Showtime's future dates:

2011 June 5 - 8 Dec. 4-7
2012 June 3 - 6 Dec. 2-5
2013 June 2 - 5 Dec. 8-11
2014 June 1 - 4 Dec. 7-10
2015 May 31 - June 3 Dec. 13-16

Founded in 1990, ITMA is a nonprofit trade association, consisting of mills, converters, tanneries and trimming manufacturers that supply decorative coverings for the home furnishings industry, whose main objective is to stimulate growth and development within the home furnishings industry. Showtime boasts the most extensive presentation of fabric, leather and trimmings in the Western Hemisphere.

Further information about ITMA and Showtime is available at www.itmashowtime.com or via email to info@itmashowtime.com or calling (336) 885-6842.

 

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