Showtime exhibitors still optimistic

Evans, Gary; Gunin, Joan
June 2008
Furniture/Today;6/2/2008, Vol. 32 Issue 38, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that exhibitors at Showtime have been optimistic that the event will be successful despite the challenging economy in High Point, Carolina. According to Scott George, vice president of Cone Jacquards, Showtime will be characterized by a race to the better end for domestic mills. Phoenix chief executive officer (CEO) Bill Gibbons is optimistic that there is a great venue to be able to see new offerings.


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