Las Vegas Market B2 temporaries sold out
January 14, 2014,
Las Vegas Market organizers say the home furnishings temporary exhibits located on the second floor of Building B at the World Market Center will feature the largest-ever roster of exhibitors at the winter 2014 Las Vegas Market, running Jan. 26-30.
Space for the 35,000-sq.-ft. floor is sold out, with more than 80 companies set to show, including a number of first-time exhibitors. Newcomers include Fusion Designs, a producer of dining, occasional, living room and bedroom furniture made in the United States by Amish craftsmen; Reclaimed Rustic Woodworks, a producer of living, dining, bedroom and office furniture and cabinets made from barn wood and other reclaimed materials; Sleep Angel, a designer and producer of innovative sleep technologies, including pillows and covers; and the Authentic Home Furnishings Association Pavilion, which will feature nearly a dozen producers of ready-to-finish wood furniture.
B2 also features a wide range of other leading resources such as Borkholder, a producer of authentic, Amish-crafted dining room, bedroom, occasional, office and entertainment furniture and the floor's largest exhibitor; Alder & Tweed, a source of furniture and home accents for vacation home destinations, which has expanded its space this market; and Old Hickory Furniture, offering hand-crafted heirloom furniture and accents for lodges, resorts, cabins and homes in rustic, Western, lodge, Mountain Modern and Arts & Crafts styling.
Furnituredealer.net, a full-service provider of online marketing solutions, also exhibits on B2.
"B2 provides retailers with an exciting mix of hidden gems, one-of-a-kind products and up-and-coming sources all in one easy-to-shop location that's right in the middle of all the Las Vegas Market action," said Jonathan Papesh, leasing manager for B2. "This market, we're featuring the strongest lineup of temporary exhibitors yet, covering the most space since this area has been on campus."
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