Deadline looms for August Market, Show, Fair

New York – Home Textiles Today is gathering materials from exhibitors who are preparing to show at the New York Home Textiles Market, the New York Home Textiles Show, and the New York International Gift Fair.

The deadline for submitting physical samples is Friday, July 7.
The deadline for electronic images is Friday, July 14.

Digital product images should be at least 4 by 6 inches at 300 dpi (1,200 by 1,800 pixels). To reduce attachment sizes for email, we recommend sending your images in JPEG file format. We can also accept .TIFF, .PSD, and .EPS files. If you are using a digital camera to take your product images, please set it on the highest quality/size setting.

Digital images for the Market should be e-mailed to: httsamples@reedbusiness.com.

Digital images for the Show or Fair should be e-mailed to: httShowSamples@reedbusiness.com.

If your files are too large to e-mail, or if you prefer to send them on a disc, please mail to Design Director Damian Chadwick, Home Textiles Today, 360 Park Avenue South, N.Y., NY 10010. Use the same address for actual samples. For more information, contact managing editor James Mammarella at (646) 746-7287 or james.mammarella@reedbusiness.com.

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