Las Vegas Market Expanding Pavilions Resources

The Winter Las Vegas Market, running January 27 to 31, will see continued growth in the Pavilions, where new and returning exhibitors are ready to deal in the temporaries spaces.

International Market Centers noted that close to 600 new and returning gift and home temporary exhibitors will enliven the Pavilions at the winter market.

Pavilion One will showcase presentations designated Gift, Design Lifestyle and Handmade. In addition to jewelry, Pavilion One offers fashion accessories, tabletop, housewares, gourmet foods, personal care and stationery merchandise, among other product segments. The gift lineup includes new exhibitors such as 9th Letter Press, America and Beyond, Aunt Sadie’s Candles, Babiators, Badass Babe, Baskets of Cambodia, Beacon Designs, Blue Moose Metals, Bunnies by the Bay, Cool Socks, Dean Crouser Fine Art, Ella B Candles, Fiddler’s Elbow, Fineasslines, Good Earth Bags, High View Design, Hollow Woodworks, Holidynamics, Island Designs by Harry Haslett, Joolcity, Katie Loxton, Lucy Lu Designs, Meadowbrooke Gourds, Parakito, Pichincha Spirit of Nature, Sadie Luca, Sempre Beve, Soaprocks, Sonoma Lavender, Teresa’s Room, The Reading Glass Co., Translink Corp., Vermont Christmas Co. and Waterknot.

First time and key design lifestyle exhibitors include American Design Club, Blomus, Cognitive Surplus’ Cose Nuove, Dock and Bay, Fiorentina, Good Company Wares, Lund London, Nambe and W&P Design.

Pavilion Two incorporates the Home, Design Home and Discoveries categories. New and notable exhibitors  include Dynasty Gift, GHCG Co., Indikoi, Gather Table Co., Harkiss Designs, Kabir Impex Private Ltd., Kendrick Home, Northern Feather Canada, Picture King, Replogle Globes Partners, Sweetwater Trading Co., Vantage Crown Inc. and Zerene.

“The Pavilions are truly a must-see destination at Las Vegas Market, and with temporary exhibit leasing pacing at an all-time high, we’ll have more home furnishings and gift resources available than ever before, as well as an influx of new and returning jewelry resources,” said Jo Ann Miller Marshall, IMC president of trade show leasing.