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Separate pavilion for WRAP certified companies at MAGIC
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Aug '09
In a historic first, a separate pavilion is set up only for WRAP-certified factories at the upcoming Sourcing at MAGIC show in Las Vegas from August 30 – September 2, 2009.

Sourcing at MAGIC is the premier sourcing trade event and conference in North America for the fashion apparel industry.

Co-located with the MAGIC Marketplace, the largest and most comprehensive fashion industry trade event in the world, Sourcing at MAGIC provides exhibitors direct access to the largest concentration of buying power in the United States.

The WRAP Pavilion serves as a communications platform for buyers who are seeking to purchase apparel and accessories only from socially and environmentally compliant factories.

Factories exhibiting at the Pavilion are compliant with WRAP certification, the world's largest social and environmental certification program in the apparel, footwear and sewn product sectors.

Exhibitors at the Pavilion are from countries around the world, including China, Mexico, Pakistan, Peru, and the United States. Their booth numbers are listed from MA33405 to MA33412.

At the booth MA33404, WARP representatives will display sample products manufactured in WRAP certified factories from countries around the world.

Visitors to WRAP's booth will receive valuable sourcing information on socially and environmentally compliant products.

If you are a WRAP-certified factory and would like to exhibit samples of your products in future events, please contact WRAP at info@wrapcompliance.org.

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