New Schedule Planned for 2014 Atlanta Markets

ATLANTA - Starting in January 2014, the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market will operate with a new Tuesday-to-Monday market schedule.
     The market temporaries will open one day earlier - on Thursday - and will close on Monday with the market, according to show organizer Americas Mart. The day sequences for the Atlanta International Area Rug Market featuring the National Oriental Rug Show in January, and the Atlanta International Area Rug Market in July are also affected by the date change. The markets will take place Wednesday through Saturday with January temporaries open from Thursday through Saturday. The dates for January:
     • Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market: Showrooms from Jan. 7-13; temporaries from Jan. 9-13.
     • Atlanta International Area Rug Market featuring the National Oriental Rug Show: Showrooms from Jan. 8-11; temporaries from Jan. 9-11.
     The dates for July:
     • Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market: Showrooms from July 8-14; temporaries from July 10-14.
     • Atlanta International Area Rug Market: Showrooms from July 9-12. No temporary dates provided.
     For more information about the shows, visit www.AmericasMart.com.

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