HFMSE offers early-bird rates until Nov. 15

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The first Home Furnishings Manufacturing Solutions Expo, set for June 7-8, 2017, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, is offering early-bird rates to exhibitors through Nov. 15.

HFMSEFor members of a supporting industry association, early-bird rates are $27 per net square foot, compared to the regular rate of $30. For nonmembers, the early-bird rate is $30 per nsf, and after the 15th will be $33. Open corners are $300 each, and large exhibit spaces of 1,000-plus square feet are $25 per nsf.

Price includes pipe and drape on back (8 feet high) and sides (3 feet high), material handling , company name sign, wastebasket, directory listing, daily booth cleaning and booth personnel badges. Island booths do not include any pipe and drape unless requested in advance.

HFMSE is the only trade show of its kind showcasing solutions for home furnishings manufacturers. Serving the $150 billion home furnishings industry, HFSME will provide attendees with innovative, timely solutions for manufacturing, warehousing, technology, financial and logistics services. The expo is being produced by Progressive Business Media, parent company of Furniture Today, and Exposition Development Company.

To reserve booth space, email exhibit@HFMSE.com or call 770-432-4200, ext. 116.

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