HFPA annual meeting tomorrow

Retail Editor 4, November 12, 2013

New York - Sarah Davanzo, chief cultural strategy officer of next-generation cultural identification agency sparks & honey, will speak about the changing consumer world and what that means for home products companies during tomorrow's annual meeting of the Home Fashion Products Association.
Also during the meeting, the HFPA will honor the late Carl Goldstein, an industry veteran who passed away last month. Goldstein's son Scott, who serves as president of S. Lichtenberg & Co., will accept the Lifetime Achievement Award in his father's honor.
In regular business at the meeting, Keith Sorgeloos, president and ceo of Home Source International Inc. and president of HFPA, will review the accomplishments of this past year. Additionally, Robert Leo of Meeks, Sheppard, Leo & Pillsbury and HFPA's legal counsel, will give a special report of the government and regulatory issues affecting members now and in 2014.

The meeting will take place from 9-11 a.m. in the buyers' lounge at 295 Fifth Avenue here.
The cost is free for HFPA member companies and $75 for nonmembers.
For more information or to RSVP, contact emoses@kellencompany.com.

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