Gift Vendors Confirm New, Expanded Showrooms at Las Vegas Market

LasVegasMarket_summer2014LAS VEGAS–Las Vegas Market announced today that six leading suppliers of gift merchandise will open or expand showrooms for the upcoming Summer Market, July 27-31, further increasing the number of major industry suppliers presented in Las Vegas Market’s Building C.

Newcomers Colonial Tin Works, Honey & Me and Thompson’s Candles are opening their first showrooms; tenants Giftcraft and Roman, Inc. are expanding existing showrooms; and Meravic is renewing its commitment.

“Las Vegas Market continues to build momentum as the leading furniture, home decor and gift destination in the western United States, and these six companies are the first of many additions and expansions we’ll be announcing for the Summer Market,” said Dorothy Belshaw, president of Gift & Home Décor, International Market Centers. “Critical mass of vendors, concentration of related resources and record-breaking attendance growth is fueling demand not only from companies new-to-market, but also from current tenants looking to expand their showroom presence.”

The ninth floor of Building C will showcase key newcomers for the Summer Market including Colonial Tin Works/CTW Home Collection, a supplier of lighting, country and primitive motifs, decorative accessories, gifts and garden decor, opening its first West Coast showroom at Las Vegas Market, in a 1,610-square-foot space; Honey & Me, a resource for country and primitive looks, plush items, gifts and seasonal decor, opening a 1,077-square-foot showroom ; and Thompson’s Candles, a supplier of candles, gifts, country looks and primitive motifs, opening a 1,610-square-foot showroom.  Meravic, a resource for seasonal, floral, personal accessories, jewelry and gifts, is renewing its lease on a 5,560-square-foot showroom.

Leading vendors planning showroom expansions for Summer Market include Giftcraft, a supplier of gifts, plush, juvenile, baby, kids, fashion, decorative accessories and home decor, which is expanding its showroom to 3,446 square feet on floor C6; and Roman, Inc., a producer of seasonal, floral, personal accessories, jewelry, gifts and decorative accessories, which is expanding by more than 30 percent to a 6,052-square-foot space on floor C9.