Dallas Market ExpansionsNovember 14, 2012
The Market is held in conjunction with the Dallas Temp Show, Jan. 18-21; the Dallas International Lighting Market, Jan. 17-21; and the Dallas Holiday & Home Expo, Jan. 16-22.
“We’re seeing an upswing in companies eager to bring their products to market in Dallas,” said Bill Winsor, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “This January buyers will see numerous new and expanded showrooms across campus in addition to an expanded temp show. Exciting new resources and a convenient location in the strongest economic region in the U.S. make Dallas a great place to get business done.”
New showrooms debuting during January Market includes:
• B.B. World, 2-2F212, International Trade Plaza (The Plaza) – Products for brides-to-be, craft accessories and miniatures.
• Border Concepts, 2-2F215, The Plaza – Christmas trees, wreaths, garlands and lighting.
• Cutting Edge Industries, 3-3531, Trade Mart (TM) – American-made sconces and shades.
• Élan, 3-3519, TM – High-quality lighting solutions.
• Focalor, 3-3656.06, TM – Contemporary lighting.
• InDemand, 1-1101, TM – Multi-line gift rep.
• Iris Cristal, 3-3941, TM – Bohemian crystal chandeliers.
• May Arts, 1-1149, TM – Ribbon.
• MSM 4 Imports, 10-10006, World Trade Center (WTC) – High-quality wrought iron furniture, lighting and French upholstery.
• Oak Street Wholesale, 1-1F423, The Plaza – Garden and holiday décor.
• Pebblehill Designs, 5-550, WTC – Custom upholstered furniture.
• Road Runners, 1-1743, TM – Multi-line reps of fine stationery, gifts, toys, fashion accessories, jewelry and personal care and books.
• TJ Glassware, 2-2F339, The Plaza – Clear and color hand-blown glassware.
• Van Teal, 3-3060, TM – Unique lighting designs, innovative shade treatments and colorful acrylics.
SilkRoute Trading will expand into a third location on first floor of the WTC. The 14,500-square-foot-plus space offers an eclectic collection of one-of-a-kind and handmade pieces, such as old doors and panels that have been repurposed into cabinets and bookshelves as well as baskets, benches, decorative pillows and throws, mirrors, tapestries, indoor and outdoor furniture as well as rugs from Africa, India, Nepal, China, Peru, Brazil, Pakistan, Tibet and Afghanistan.