Las Vegas Market Markets New Growth

It’s spring in Las Vegas, and the folks at Las Vegas Market have clearly noticed, because they’re marketing new growth as if what they see happening around them at the Las Vegas Market Center is a model for the fecundity of the Earth itself. And well they might, because things are just popping up all over at the International Market Centers complex that its owners have vowed to turn into the biggest and most exciting marketplace center west of, they dare to say it, New York City itself.

Building on its successful recent introductions of better home décor and textile neighborhoods, the Las Vegas Market will showcase the finest in better home décor and textile resources on C4 beginning this Summer. C4 will include anchor resources Andrew Martin International, Cisco Brothers, Luna Bella, Moe’s Home Collection, Palecek, Surya and TerraSur. Together, floors C4, C3 and B3 will offer 75+ home décor vendors within 250,000 square feet of intelligently designed and richly merchandised showroom space.

Exponential growth in the lifestyle category at Las Vegas Market will be reflected in the debut of the new Lifestyle Collection on C10. This cross-category assortment of the industry’s most fashion-forward resources including contemporary gift lines, children’s products, fine stationery and letterpress, personal care and wellness, fashion accessories, jewelry, men’s gifts, tech accessories, and luggage and travel accessories, will include new anchor tenants Archipelago and Just Got 2 Have It, plus many more.

Other summer Market highlights include relocation of the Las Vegas Market’s gift and home décor focused temporary exhibits within Building C. These shifts, which are designed to increase synergies between permanent showrooms and related categories of temporary exhibits, will concentrate the market’s more than 400 temporary exhibitors – categorized into ten distinct, themed product categories – on floors C5 and C11.

Beautifully redesigned, C5 will provide a cohesive collection of the finest in home décor, furnishings, bedding fashions, home textile designs and gifts from some 150 + exhibitors in a temporary setting. Home décor resources will be presented in four themed categories: HOME, STYLE, TEXTILES, and MADE – a new segment featuring artisanal, handmade products.

Launching six months ahead of schedule, C11 will offer six distinct categories of trend-forward gifts and accessories temporaries, including GIFT, GOURMET, GLOBAL, TREND, VINTAGE and CARRY! More than 250 exhibitors on C11 will feature an exciting cross-section of trend-forward gift and accessories, as well as fair trade products and immediate delivery resources.

Additional gift and lifestyle resources will be presented throughout Building C during the market. Floors C6 and C7 will feature a cross-category collection of leading resources that bridge the gift and home categories. Notable suppliers Imagine That, Ivystone, Three Hands Corporation and VIP International are located on C6; C & F Enterprises, Creative Co-op Inc. and K&K Interiors are located on C7.

Floors C8 and C9 will presents a cross-section of holiday gift products, decorations, lighting and accessories. Newcomers Toyology and Grace Direct, will join C8’s roster of tenants including Burton and Burton, Gifts of Nature, Grassland Roads Amscan, Next Step Reps and One Coast. Among notable tenants on C9 are Demdaco, Ganz, Midwest CBK, Ohio Wholesale and Roman.

Las Vegas Market permanent showrooms are open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday, July 29, through Thursday, August 1; and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, August 2. Temporary exhibits are open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday, July 29, to Thursday, August 1; and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, August 2. To register, visit, or call 866-229-3574.

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