American Made Show Debuts in the Big D

The Dallas skyline at dusk, with the microphone-shaped Reunion Tower at the left.. PHOTO CREDIT: DOLLARPHOTOCLUB.COM

Get out your 10-gallon hats, everybody, and polish up your most comfortable cowboy boots: in June, the American Made Show is heading to Dallas and we want you to come along!

In partnership with Dallas Market Center, the show debuts June 25-28 as part of the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market to promote American craftsmanship with new work by award-winning studio artists and curated especially for buyers in the Central and Southwest regions who support the growing Shop Local consumer movement.

An interior view of the impressively vertical Dallas Market Center. PHOTO CREDIT: DALLAS CVB
An interior view of the impressively vertical Dallas Market Center. PHOTO CREDIT: DALLAS CVB


“With its convenient location and position in the healthiest economic region in the U.S.,“ says Dallas Market Center president and CEO Bill Winsor, “our marketplace is a powerhouse in the gift and home industries and the most efficient destination to get business done. As champions of unique products and small business, our partnership with the American Made Show is a perfect fit and we look forward to the independent designers who will be joining us at our summer market.”

Why Dallas? Wendy Rosen, president and founder of the American Made Show, explains that Made in America merchandise is of particular interest to small town retailers in the central Southwest. “Customers in small towns have strong personal relationships with local store owners and they are demanding Made in America gifts, fashions and home accessories. I strongly believe that buyers attending the summer market will appreciate the quality and workmanship our exhibiting designer artisans are offering.”

Show attendees can experience the authenticity of American work made by hand on the 13th floor of Dallas Market Center, where the American Made Show will host professional artists who wholesale their work and retailers who value the distinctively different look of handcrafted American and Canadian products in their stores.

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