Expanded Gift, Floral, Holiday and Gourmet Showrooms

For June Total Home & Gift Market in Dallas

—First summer show features 166,000 square feet of new, expanded, renewed showrooms—

DALLAS – May 23, 2019 – Dallas Market Center, the most complete lifestyle marketplace in North America, announces a significant expansion of gift, floral, holiday and gourmet resources for the upcoming Total Home & Gift Market, June 19-25, 2019. Gift is the largest product category at Dallas Market Center with an unmatched selection of thousands of leading brands across the marketplace. For June, more than 166,000 square feet of new, expanded and renewed showrooms will be showcased across gift, floral, holiday, and gourmet to support increasing retail demand for new, best-selling and one-of-a-kind products.

“We are thrilled to welcome new companies to Dallas and congratulate the expansions and continuing commitments to our marketplace,” said Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “Our exhibitor partners create an inspiring destination for buyers and position us as the single best option for product discovery, relationship building, and business success.”

Debuting in Dallas will be BIDK Home in almost 3000 square feet in Trade Mart 2602; CTW Home Collection in more than 1500 square feet in Trade Mart 1315; Blingy Sips in World Trade Center 180-A40; Davis & Davis Gourmet Foods in World Trade Center 180-B34; Hammond’s Candies in World Trade Center 180-E19; Texas Sweet Heat in World Trade Center 180-E05; Lazy Bee Honey Co. in World Trade Center 180-C24; Lick Creek Kitchen in World Trade Center 180-C38; Smokin’ Mary in World Trade Center 180-A09; Mike Berin & Associates in World Trade Center 180-D28; The Nutty Bavarian in World Trade Center 180-G03; Ania Haie in World Trade Center 7537; Bling-A-GoGo in World Trade Center 7333; Turquoise Haven in World Trade Center 7535; Nali in World Trade Center 7539; Designs by Ansley in Word Trade Center 7331; Fossick Imports in World Trade Center 7149; and Simply Sarah in World Trade Center 7313.

Expanding showrooms include Vickerman Company in IHDC 2F115 and Spokandy in World Trade Center 180-D19.

Recently renewing their commitment to Dallas Market Center are: Creative Co-Op in Trade Mart 2802; Don Bernard & Associates in Trade Mart 1034; Ivystone in World Trade Center 236; Ganz Midwest CBK in World Trade Center 407, 409, and 415; Gold Eagle in World Trade Center 420; Martin & Associates in Trade Mart 2501; KBD Sales/Ron Bauman & Associates in Trade Mart 2038, 2822, and 2999; Kurt S Adler in World Trade Center 400; The Shoppes at Lady Primrose in Trade Mart 2402; Le Creuset in Trade Mart

2521; MeraVic in World Trade Center 312; Olivia Riegel in Trade Mart 2301-51; Sullivans in World Trade Center 304; Two’s Company in Trade Mart 2202; and William Lamont in Trade Mart 2400; Cosmetics Dallas in World Trade Center 7058; SoHo Finds in World Trade Center 7050; Avenue T in World Trade Center 7905; Nisha Design in World Trade Center 7731; Spirit with Style in World Trade Center 7329; Oriental Arts Co. in WTC 7703; Silver Emporium in World Trade Center 7711; Corbett Diamonds and Fine Jewelry in World Trade Center 7058; Sun Pearl N Gem in World Trade Center 7064; American Best in IHDC 2F160; Platon Craft & Floral in IHDC 2F305; Portofino International Trading Company in 2F330; Super Nature in IHDC 2F336; and Supreme Silk in IHDC 2F423.

Renewals in Gourmet Market include: Webstores, PG Fondues, The Salad Spice Company, Skip’s Mix, Piper & Leaf, Ruby’s Wassail, Liz & Linda’s, Pelican Bay, Neighbor’s Coffee, Lois Roush, Salsa el Gallo, La Crema Coffee Roasting & Packaging, La Casita Hot Sauce, Evil Cowboy, J Welch Farms, Indianola Pecan House, Aprons by J.E.M., Carmie’s Kitchen, Soberdough Beer Bakers, Alberto’s Food Products, and Ala Carte Alice.

In addition to new showrooms, expansions and renewals, the Gift category of the Temps at Total Home & Gift Market is a summer destination with many new and renewing exhibitors. The Luxe Gift neighborhood on Trade Mart 1 includes a diverse collection of premium, high-end product. Featuring Crown Linen Designs, MOVA International, Julie Vos, S’well Bottle, LoweCo. and many more. On the 12th floor of the World Trade Center is the hottest and most expansive gift selection from general gift to bath & body and paper/card/party. Featuring Dry Wit Goods, rockdoodles, EtchLife, Boymom, Lakewood Candle Company, TINte Cosmetics and more. And Market Hall is the only neighborhood for both order writing and Cash & Carry including gifts, vintage, furniture, home décor, apparel and accessories. Featuring Bora, Save the Girls, Vintage Addiction and more.

Only Dallas Market Center presents the most complete collection of new and best-selling products across lifestyle categories including gift, home décor, lighting, holiday and floral, housewares, gourmet, apparel & accessories, artisan products, and more.

Dallas Market Center offers buyers from around the world a complete lifestyle marketplace of best-selling and unique products in temporary and permanent showrooms, including the largest residential lighting trade event in North America; the largest and most successful open-daily design center; dominant trade events for gift, home décor, holiday and floral; and the nation’s most comprehensive apparel and accessories marketplace featuring the latest styles from East Coast and West Coast designers.

To make plans for upcoming markets, visit the Dallas Market Center website and download the Dallas Market Center and Lightovation Apps. Also, keep up-to-date on all information by visiting Dallas Market Center on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and the DMC Daily Dose.

About Dallas Market Center

Dallas Market Center is a global business-to-business trade center and the leading wholesale marketplace in North America connecting retailers and interior designers with top manufacturers in home décor, furniture, gifts, lighting and apparel & accessories for women, men, and children. Inside its dynamic, five million square foot campus, nearly 200,000 customers from all 50 states and 85 countries seek industry trends, business education and new products via open-daily showrooms and from exhibitors participating in trade events held throughout the year. The Dallas Market Center website is available at www.dallasmarketcenter.com.