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Las Vegas Market Honors Exceptional Temporary Booth Design

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Las Vegas Market recently announced that 11 furniture, home décor and gift temporary exhibitors — 42 Distribution; Art Hide and Amigos de Hoy; BS Trading Company Inc.; Cabinets Design; Eleven Design Studio; Gardenart Furniture Co., Ltd.; Kader Boly; LoLo Gifts; Nusantara-Teak; Tinseltot Zalamoon; Tree By Kerri Lee — have been named “Best Booth” winners for the Winter 2018 Las Vegas Market. The Market’s temporary exhibits for gift and home décor run through Wednesday, January 31; and temporary exhibits for furniture and casual/outdoor run through Thursday, February 1, 2018. (Photographs of the booths and award presentations available at http://LVMkt.com/PressPics.)

“Las Vegas Market continues to grow, and record numbers of temporary exhibitors are infusing the Market with innovative new products and exciting visual displays,” said Robert Maricich, chief executive officer of International Market Centers. “Las Vegas Market is pleased to recognize the incredible creativity, energy and effort that these temporary exhibitors put into their displays with our sought-after Best Booth awards. As the leading furniture, home decor and gift destination in the western United States, Las Vegas Market strives to encourage exhibitors to motivate and inspire Market shoppers with exceptional booth design and visual merchandising.”

Two winning furniture exhibitors in the home furnishings temporary booths on B2 were BS Trading Company Inc. and Cabinets Design; and two winners in the casual temporary exhibits on C13 were Gardenart Furniture Co., Ltd and Nusantara-Teak. In total, Las Vegas Market offers more than 130+ temporary exhibitors in these two home furnishings categories.

Six exhibitors from the 500+ temporary exhibitors showing in the Pavilions at Las Vegas Market also received Best Booth Awards. Winners were: Tinseltot Zalamoon (ARTISIANAL LA); Art Hide and Amigos de Hoy (DESIGN HOME); BS Trading Company Inc.; Eleven Design Studio (DESIGN LIFESTYLE); Kader Boly (DISCOVERIES); 42 Distribution (GIFT); Tree By Kerri Lee (HANDMADE); and LoLo Gifts (HOME). In total, some 500+ temporary gift and home décor exhibitors are presented in three Pavilions at Las Vegas Market.

Winter 2018 judges were Natalie Reddell of Commander In Chic and Interiors by Natalie; Cathy Robinson Hutton, owner and founder, Renovate; and Lori Paranjape, owner and founder of mrs. paranjape. The three-person panel considered five criteria in determining the winners: section/category representation, indicating how well the booth represents and embodies its Market destination; overall visual design of the booth; creative merchandising; cohesive brand messaging; and the overall personality and attitude of the booth and sales staff.

More about Las Vegas Market: Las Vegas Market is the nation’s fastest growing gift and home décor market and the leading furniture marketplace in the western U.S., presenting 4,000+ gift, home décor and furniture resources in an unrivaled market destination. Las Vegas Market features thousands of gift, furniture and home décor lines, allowing for cross-category commerce among these industries. The Winter 2018 Las Vegas Market runs January 28 to February 1, 2018. For more information, visit www.lasvegasmarket.com.

More about International Market Centers, L.P.: Las Vegas Market is produced by International Market Centers, L.P. (IMC), the world’s largest operator of premier showroom space for the furnishings, home décor and gift industries. International Market Centers owns and operates 12.2 million square feet of world-class exhibition space in High Point, N.C. and Las Vegas. IMC’s mission is to build and operate an innovative, sustainable, profitable and scalable platform for the furnishings, home décor and gift industries. For more information on IMC, visit http://imcenters.com/.

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