Vegas Temporary Leasing Pacing At All-Time High

Las Vegas Market announced that temporary gift and home décor leasing is pacing at an all-time high with nearly 600 new and returning exhibitors expected to bring a variety of resources to the Pavilions for 2019 Winter Las Vegas Market, running Jan. 27 – Jan. 31, 2019.

“Our temporary exhibits are being filled at a pace I have never seen before, with record renewals from current exhibitors, key returns by former exhibitors and an impressive number of newcomers to Las Vegas Market,” said Terence Morris, senior vice president of gift and tradeshow leasing for International Market Centers. “These tangible and quantifiable gains not only signal the industry’s confidence in Las Vegas Market’s ability to deliver return on investment but also cement Las Vegas Market as the leading gift and home décor market in the west.”

Exhibitors are excited to showcase their product at Winter Market, citing both success at past Markets and the opportunity to follow-up with current buyers and branch out to West Coast buyers.

“Since launching our Citizen Watch clock collection in 2017, we have partnered with more than 850 jewelers across the United States as well as many major retailers, including Wayfair and Macy’s,” said first-time Las Vegas Market HOME exhibitor Steven Verducci, vice president of the clock division at Citizen Watch Company. “Las Vegas Market will allow us to branch out to the West Coast and see accounts that we would not ordinarily be able to visit. Many accounts have asked us if we participate in Market so it is only natural to be attending. We look forward to great things happening at our first Las Vegas Market.”

“We always look forward to exhibiting in the Pavilions at Las Vegas Market,” said David Peters, co-founder of GIFT exhibitor Chandler Candle Co. “The buyers, exhibitors, and staff are all fantastic to work with and we get to introduce Chandler Candle Co. to buyers and markets that we just don’t see at the other big shows.”

Pavilion 1 includes GIFT, DESIGN LIFESTYLE and HANDMADE and Pavilion 2 features HOME, DESIGN HOME and DISCOVERIES: The Antique Vintage Marketplace. In total, the Pavilions at Las Vegas Market will showcase nearly 600 gift and home décor exhibitors.

PAVILION ONE: GIFT, DESIGN LIFESTYLE and HANDMADE

Pavilion 1 will feature fashion accessories, jewelry, tabletop, housewares, gourmet foods, personal care and stationery products, among other lines. It will also present specialized resources with two popular showcases: Artisanal LA and Aid to Artisans. For the first time this January, Kite Trade Association International will co-locate in Pavilion 1.

GIFT will feature more than 180 exhibitors in 35,000 square feet, with several new-to-Market resources: 9th Letter Press; America and Beyond; Aunt Sadie’s Candles; Babiators; Badass Babe; Bunnies by the Bay; Ella B Candles; Fiddler’s Elbow; FINEASSLINES; Good Earth Bags; High View Design Pty Ltd; Hollow Woodworks; Island Designs by Harry Haslett; Lucy Lu Designs; Meadowbrooke Gourds, Inc.; Parakito; Pichincha Spirit of Nature, Inc.; Sadie Luca; Sempre Beve; Sonoma Lavender; Teresa’s Room; The Reading Glass Co.; Translink Corporation and Vermont Christmas Company.

For the first time this January, Las Vegas Market is partnering with Kite Trade Association International (KTAI) to bring 20 makers and designers of wind-related products to Pavilion 1, adding a new dimension to the Market’s gift and home temporary exhibits. KTAI is a non-profit organization based in Oregon that exists to support and promote the manufacturing, distribution and retailing of kites and wind-related products.

DESIGN LIFESTYLE will showcase 30 companies across 3,200 square feet. New and notable exhibitors include: American Design Club, Cognitive Surplus, Cose Nuove, Dock and Bay, Fiorentina and Nambe.

HANDMADE exhibitors will show in 9,000 square feet, the category’s largest–ever presentation. Newcomers to Las Vegas Market include: Drinking Straws; The Global Trunk; Indika; Silk Wool and Bijoux; Veronica Riley Marteens and Zaaina.

A highlight of HANDMADE will be the third appearance of Aid to Artisans’ TEAM showcase of first-time artisan exhibitors presented in partnership with leading non-profit economic development firm. TEAM (Training for Entrepreneurs in Artisan Markets) will feature a variety of curated, maker-produced goods from international artisans.

PAVILION TWO: HOME, DESIGN HOME and DISCOVERIES: THE ANTIQUE VINTAGE MARKETPLACE

Pavilion 2 will showcase nearly 50,000 square feet of home décor product categories, including accent furniture, antiques, decorative accessories, faux botanicals, home décor, jewelry, lighting, one-of-a-kind products, rugs, tabletop, textiles, vintage items and wall decor. Additionally, the popular Cash & Carry Shopping Spree will expand to include all of Pavilion 2, creating a combined order writing/cash and carry late-night event with shopping and complimentary cocktails from 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 28, 2019.

HOME and DESIGN HOME will feature nearly 100 exhibitors in 15,000 square feet. New-to-Market exhibitors are: Dynasty Gift; GHCG Co.; Indikoi; Gather Table Company; Kendrick Home; Northern Feather Canada; Replogle Globes Partners; and Zerene. Notable HOME and DESIGN HOME exhibitors include: Accent Touch; Bahari; Entryways USA, In2Green LLC; Johanna Howard Home; Les Ceramiques de Lussan; Mirror-tique; ORE International; Picture King; Private Limited; Sweetwater Trading Company; TribalHome; Vahallan and Vantage Crown Inc.

The 32,000-square-foot DISCOVERIES: The Antique Vintage Marketplace section offers buyers a cohesive shopping experience with exhibitors covering the Antiquities, Vintage, Global and Cash & Carry categories. Highlights will include the return of Las Vegas Market’s curated selection of exhibitors from The Round Top Antiques Festival including The Arbors Round Top. Notable DISCOVERIES exhibitors include: Age of Industry; Blue Ocean Traders; Brayden and Brooks; Broke Jewels; Forever Green Art; Go Home/Golden Oldies; Ole Gift and Spellbound Collections/Rodeo Royalty; Sweet Lola; Uber Chic Home and Vintage Addiction.

“We can’t wait for the January Market. Our staff is excited to launch our new designs for 2019,” said Steve Longenderfer, co-founder/CEO of DISCOVERIES exhibitor Vintage Addition. “The energy and synergy at the Pavilions is unlike anywhere else we exhibit. We always look forward to seeing the familiar faces of our returning buyers and catching up on their business, as well as meeting new buyers that we can partner with.”

International resources continue to grow at a rapid pace in Pavilion 2, with exhibitors representing a global collection of furniture, home décor and textiles, clothing fashion accessories and jewelry from Africa, Asia, Australia, France, India, Indonesia and Mexico, among other countries. Companies with product sourced from these countries include: Amalia Home Collection; Art Hide and Amigo de Hoy; Basic Layers; Bali Queen; Boga Oriental Rugs; The BNB Crafts; Djem Unique Designs; Harkiss Designs; House of Cindy; Indus Designs; Jess Imports; Kabir Impex, MD Home; Papel Amate Otomi; Peruvian Imports; Shebobo; and Widafouta Design USA.

The Pavilions at Las Vegas Market are open Jan. 27 – Jan. 30, 2019. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Sunday to Tuesday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday.

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. Winter 2019 Las Vegas Market runs January 27-31, 2019. For more information, visit http://www.lasvegasmarket.com.

Author: Sally James

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