Dallas Market Center Announces June Best Visual Presentation Awards Winners

Exhibitors were awarded for creative display designs.

07/16/2021
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Following its successful Total Home & Gift Market, Dallas Market Center has announced the recipients of the Best Visual Presentation Awards.

Judging for Best Visual Presentation took place during the June show, with visual design experts evaluating exhibitors based upon innovative and creative display designs.

The June 2021 Best Visual Presentation Award recipients are:

 

Interior Home + Design Center 1: Pasha Furniture (1D421)

Interior Home + Design Center 2:  Regency International (2F448)

Interior Home + Design Center — The Gallery: METcolors (1D202 GL02)

Trade Mart 1:  Burton + Burton (TM 1121)

Trade Mart 2:  Tozai/Two’s Company (TM 2202)

Trade Mart 3: Hubbardton Forge (3725 TM)

Trade Mart 4: Z-Lite (4500 TM)

World Trade Center 1: Accent Décor (WTC 190)

World Trade Center 1, Gourmet Market: Teaspressa (180-E38 WTC)

World Trade Center 2: K&K Interiors (237 WTC)

World Trade Center 3: Park Hill Collection (WTC 321)

World Trade Center 4: Winward Floral (WTC 420)

World Trade Center 5: Cyan Design (WTC 540/550)

World Trade Center 6: LMT Design (680/6632 WTC)

World Trade Center 7: J Coons (7254 WTC)

World Trade Center 9: C Maddox (WTC 9016/9018/9076)

World Trade Center 10: Uttermost/Revelation (WTC 10021/10047)

 

Trade Mart 1, TEMPS: The French Bee (1-830)

Market Hall Main, TEMPS:  AnterWorx (1-6785)

Market Hall North, TEMPS: Mav Wicks Candle (1-5424)

World Trade Center 12, Gift TEMPS: Holiball (12-2501)

World Trade Center 12, Home TEMPS: Clay Imports (12-2202)

World Trade Center 12, InDemand TEMPS: Musgsby (12-1500)

World Trade Center 13, TEMPS: Cecelia Designs (13-9012)


Debuting during the show were dozens of new or expanding exhibitors in permanent showrooms and temporaries including legendary brands and hot new companies across gift and home, housewares and gourmet, holiday and floral to lighting and fashion. Buyers arrived from coast to coast including many first-time buyers. The number of new buyers was up more than 40% over June 2019. As well, the show continued to expand its geographic footprint: the show saw a 14% increase in buyers from the West, a 24% increase in buyers from the Midwest, and a 36% increase in buyers from the Southeast compared with June 2019.
 
“In-person inspiration is appreciated now more than ever,” said Cindy Morris, President and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “These winning showrooms worked hard to create compelling and beautiful spaces that highlight the trends and new products that made our marketplace inspiring and our show successful.”
 
Supporting the comfort, health and safety of all attendees, the market center continues important measures outlined via the plan available on the front page of the website.

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