More than 40 mills to show at this month's Toronto Fabric Fair

Retail Editor 3, February 6, 2013

Toronto - More than 40 mills are expected to participate in the winter edition of the Toronto Fabric Fair, set for Feb. 26-28 in the Paradise Banquet & Convention Centre here.
Organizers said the Toronto fair, now in its eighth year, is sometime referred to as "Showtime North." It is hosted by the sales representatives of the textile companies active in Canada that also participate in the High Point Showtime fabric show twice a year.
Mills scheduled to attend the Toronto Fair include: Global Textile Alliance, Diversitex, Wearbest SilTex Mills, Bartson, Duro, Golding, King, Para, Portfolio, Mitchell, Outdura, American Decorative Fabrics, American Textile Group, Magnolia Home Fashions, Tahoe, Culp Contract, Paragon, Global, Se7en, Direct Textiles, LaFrance Inds., Regal Fabrics, Covington, Microtex, American Century Home, Zenda Leather, Culp, Cone Decorative Fabrics, Abercrombie Textiles, Sunbury Textiles, Sunbrella Fabrics, Master Fabrics, Valdese Weavers, Dicey Fabrics, JB Martin, David Rothschild Fabrics, Barrow Inds., Barrow Fabrics, Merrimac Textiles, Liana Montagnese, Vision Fabrics, Gum Tree Fabrics, Annabel of America, Lady Fabric Corp. and Robert Allen.
The hours for the fair are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. all three days. For more information, contact Mike Katroscik at mikekatroscik@yahoo.com.

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