Las Vegas Market announces Best Booth winners
August 1, 2017,
LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas Market announced today that 11 furniture, home décor and gift temporary exhibitors have been named Summer 2017 Las Vegas Market “Best Booth” winners.
The 11 exhibitors include: +Olive, Applepear Jewelry, Braden & Brooks, Cookplay, Fairgoods, Jo Maddie, Lagoon, Mountain House Furniture, Reemka, Southwest Looms and Wicked Boheme.
“Las Vegas Market recognizes the essential role that temporary exhibitors play in bringing vitality, energy and a sense of excitement to each Market. From our ever-growing number of temporary exhibitors, these 11 companies have been recognized for exceptional booth design and visual merchandising,” said Robert Maricich, CEO of International Market Centers.
Four winning furniture exhibitors were Reemka and Southwest Looms, in the home furnishings temporary booths on B2; and Lagoon and Mountain House Furniture, in the casual temporary exhibits on C13.
In total, Las Vegas Market offers more than 120+temporary exhibitors in these two home furnishings categories. Seven exhibitors from the 500-plus temporary exhibitors showing in the Pavilions at Las Vegas Market also received Best Booth Awards.
A four-person panel of industry design authorities judged the booths: Courtney Alison, owner and photographer, French Country Cottage; Katie Stavinoha and Lorie Woodward, co-owners, Round Top Texas life & style, Round Top Register; and Lauren Williams, designer/artist, Boho by Lauren & Lauren Williams Art + Home Décor.
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