Retail Design Collective Show Relocating to 7 W

The Retail Design Collective, a showroom event for retail designers and visual merchandisers, make 7 W New York its headquarters this year when the show takes place Dec. 9 to 11.

Retail Design Collective, which is sponsored by the vidual merchandising division of the Association for Retail Environments, offers a collection of the visual and design resources and a setting where retailers, visual merchandisers and designers see and share innovative ideas.

Special events during Retail Design Collective will include the PAVE Gala, a fund-raiser benefiting retail design students, scheduled for December 9. A bus tour of holiday displays will be expanded this year based on a strong reception in 2008. The daily conference sessions will feature panels of retail designers and will provide a overview of exciting new visual programs, winning window displays and New York retail.

Thus far, 23 companies had signed for the show: Adel Rootstein, Alpha Display, ALU, Architectural Systems, B+N Industries, Bernstein Display/MC, Christine Taylor Collection, Circle Visual, Elevations, Goldsmith, Holiday Foliage, Holiday Image/Holiday Pro, Hudson & Broad, JP Metal America, Leo Prager, Lifestyle, Material ConneXion, Mondo Mannequins/Sellutions by Econoco, Patina-V, RHO, RTR Packaging, Siegel & Stockman and Trimco. Shasty has signed on as a conference sponsor.

For more information on the event, visit or contact Karen Schaffner,

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