Dallas Market Center welcomes stores, buying groups to June markets
Major stores and buying groups are heading to Dallas Market Center for upcoming June trade events — Total Home & Gift Market (June 21-27), Lightovation (June 21-24) and Apparel & Accessories Market (June 27-30) — show executives said.
More than 40 organizations representing hundreds of millions of dollars in purchasing power will conduct business in Dallas across the marketplace, according to the organization.
“We are pleased to welcome buyers with tremendous influence and order-writing to Dallas and to work with them directly via our retail team to support the partnership,” said Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center. “On behalf of our exhibitors we look forward to helping them capitalize on what makes Dallas special: quality products in an efficient marketplace.”
Buying Groups include:
- Southwest Buying Group
- MAI (Monograms of America)
- Museum Store Association
- Hospital Gift Shops/Purchasing Power Plus/The Beryl Institute
Major stores will include more than 40 retailers representing more than 6,000 doors:
Albertsons/Randalls/Tom Thumb, Apricot Lane, At Home, Brookshires Grocery, Buc-ees, Boot Barn, Buckle, Central Market, Choctaw Nation, Dillard’s, Dry Goods, Dufresne Spencer, Francesca’s, Hobby Lobby, Hom Furniture, JC Penney, Landry’s, Mardel, Mia’s Mirror, Michael’s, Nebraska Furniture Mart, Neiman Marcus, Peppermill Casino and Resort Gift, Reasor Grocery, Shoe Sensation, Silver Dollar City, Soft Surroundings, South Moon Under, The Container Store, The Paper Store, Tylers, United Super Markets, Von Maur, WinStar Casino and Resort and World Market.
Once inside the marketplace, guests will experience a marketplace with dozens of new showrooms and hundreds of new temporary exhibitors.
The Temps at Total Home & Gift Market, June 21-24, will be the center’s largest summer presentation in more than 10 years with more than 1,000 exhibitor booths, including more than 40% of companies showing for the first time in Dallas, according to Dallas Market Center.
Apparel & Accessories Market will feature new showrooms on the seventh, 13th and 15th floors, new temps on the 13th floor, and a growing number of footwear companies on the 10th floor.