West Coast Pre-Market still accepting exhibitors

Show to be held July 31 and Aug. 1

West Coast Pre-Market still accepting exhibitors
Casual furniture and patio products manufacturers still have time to reserve booth space at the 2007 West Coast Casual Furniture Pre-Market taking place July 31 and Aug. 1 at the Ontario Convention Center in California. There are expanded exhibit options this year with four booth dimensions offered.  Interested exhibitors may download registration forms from www.westcoastshow.org.
“This show highlights the newest styles and lines from manufacturers, large and small,”   said Ken Burrows, president of the Western Home & Outdoor Association. “Interior designers, both residential and commercial, will be invited this year as well as Western state dealers. And, we expanded the exhibit space choices to encourage participation by young companies.”
Links to the web sites of exhibitors will be on the 2007 West Coast Casual Furniture Pre-Market Web site.
Last minute exhibitors interested in taking space, contact Steve Pulone at (626) 292-1095 or steve@hamgmt.com or visit www.westcoastshow.org.

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