Vegas Market Announces ‘Best Booth’ Winners For Summer 2018

Las Vegas Market announced that 10 furniture, home décor and gift temporary exhibitors – Art By Amy Labbe; Chandler Candle Co.; Contrast, Inc.; Gaucho Sheep & Leather Products, Inc.; Good Company Wares; HiTeak Furniture; Johanna Howard Home; Looksur; Louis Osier, Co.; and Tivoli — have been named “Best Booth” winners for the Summer 2018 Las Vegas Market. The Market’s temporary exhibits for gift and home décor run through Wednesday, Aug. 1 and temporary exhibits for furniture and casual/outdoor run through Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018.

“Las Vegas Market is delighted to award the creativity and effort that these temporary exhibitors put into their displays,” said Robert Maricich, chief executive officer of International Market Centers. “Las Vegas Market recognizes these exhibitors for motivating and inspiring Market-goers with exceptional booth design and visual merchandising.”

The two winning furniture exhibitors in the home furnishings temporary booths on B2 were Gaucho Sheep & Leather Products, Inc. and Tivoli; and winners in the casual temporary exhibits on C13 were HiTeak Furniture and Louis Osier, Co. 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: Johanna Howard Home (DESIGN HOME); Good Company Wares (DESIGN LIFESTYLE); Art By Amy Labbe (DISCOVERIES); Chandler Candle, Co. (GIFT); Looksur (HANDMADE); and Contrast, Inc. (HOME).

Summer Market judges were Breegan Jane of Interior Design Breegan Jane, LLC; Courtney Allison of Romantic Homes Magazine and French Country Cottage; Cathy Robinson Hutton of Houston’s Renovate; Susan Jamieson of Bridget Beari Design; and Colvin English of ByHand Consulting and Jennings & Allen. The five-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; brand messaging; and the personality and attitude of the booth and sales staff.

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Author: Sally James

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