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Leading brands present cute children shoes at WSA
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Jul '07
More than 629 companies and brands of children's footwear are set to present spring/summer 2008 styles at The WSA Show in Las Vegas, July 30 – August 1. The children's footwear offerings represent a growth of 15 percent from the February WSA Show. According to the consultants at the NPD Group, children's footwear sales in the U.S. for the 12-month period ending May 2007 increased 12.3 percent to $7.2 billion.

“The children's category is increasingly popular, and we ensure that it is a core component of the show,” said Diane Stone, chief operating officer of The WSA Show.

“We have dedicated this area, now branded, as 'KidzSpace' at WSA and placed it prominently. It is highlighted with special decor for greater buyer ease, focus and convenience. Buyers will find 100 new companies and brands featuring children's product that weren't part of the last show. KidzSpace at WSA will fully reflect the breadth and depth of the global children's footwear market.”

The show will herald new children's footwear exhibitors such as See Kai Run, Trumpette, U.S Sport, and Foyo. The WSA Show is also drawing footwear from international designers such as Felu (Italy), Chili Footwear (Spain), and Aojia Shoes (China).

Children's footwear and accessories will not be contained to just the KidzSpace area, but will also be exhibited throughout the Las Vegas Convention Center. In an effort to make it easier for buyers to locate children's brands throughout the show,onsite directories have been conveniently placed, listing each brand by category and booth number. In addition, buyers have been given pre-show access to this information on The WSA Show website, facilitating the ability for buyers to set appointments.


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