Opportunities expand for West Coast Casual Furniture Pre-Market

Expanded exhibit options offered

Casual furniture, patio products and accessories manufacturers may reserve booth space at the 2007 West Coast Casual Furniture Pre-Market Show 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. Manufacturers may download exhibit registration forms by visiting www.westcoastshow.org. This growing and popular show provides an opportunity for dealers to examine debuting casual furniture, umbrellas, grills and other high-end home and outdoor products from respected manufacturers. 
 
"This showcase of the newest styles and lines from key manufacturers continues to grow each year," said Ken Burrows, president of the Western Home & Outdoor Association. "For 2007, exhibitors can choose from four different sizes of exhibit space." Links to the Web sites of manufacturer exhibitors will be featured on the 2007 West Coast Casual Furniture Pre-Market Show Web site.    Last year, more than 200 dealers attended the Ontario pre-market. For more information on the West Coast Casual Furniture Pre-Market Show, contact Steve Pulone at: steve@hamgmt, call (626) 292-1095, or visit www.westcoastshow.org.

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