Expansion for American Made Show
A newly expanded space and more artisans announced for the Total Home & Gift Market, set to take place June 23-26
Dallas Market Center welcomes the return of the American Made Show with a newly expanded space on the twelfth floor and a variety of new artisans for the Total Home & Gift Market, June 23-26.
“Connecting buyers to quality products with a story is a priority for us,” Cindy Morris, president & CEO of Dallas Market Center, says.
“Right now handcrafted, one-of-a-kind items are exceptionally important to buyers and the American Made Show not only provides buyers with a curated collection of exciting and unique merchandise, it also gives buyers an opportunity to diversify their product offerings.”
The move to the twelfth floor allows buyers to shop the American Made Show in a more cohesive and efficient manner. As cross-over merchandising continues to expand and buyers from all categories look to mix their assortments with handcrafted items, the Market Center will continue to remain committed to the diversity that the American Made Show provides.
“We are thrilled to be front and center at the Dallas Temp Show in June,” Wendy Rosen, president of the American Made Show, says.
“Retailers are craving authentic American-made products and we are able to connect them with the country’s most talented artists and quality products they can’t find anywhere else.”
The American Made Show is the nation’s premier wholesale market for designer products handcrafted by studio artists from the United States and Canada. The show caters to retailers who appreciate the value and distinct quality handcrafted artist-made products bring to their stores.
For more information about application dates and guidelines please contact the American Made exhibits team. For jewelers, glass artists and suppliers contact Mary Stope firstname.lastname@example.org. For pottery, fibre, wood, metal and mixed media artists, contact Jorn Mork email@example.com.
For a complete list of events, visit the Dallas Market Center website.