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Las Vegas Fashion show stands up to its repute
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Oct '05
Las Vegas Fashion week occurred this year from August 29th to September 1st 2005.

This busy week of apparel and accessory tradeshows brings many brands, manufacturers, and buyers from the fashion industry out looking to source products or show off their own.

Big name and new brands alike take this opportunity to display their products and scout out the competition.

For buyers looking for new products, the week is a great opportunity to compare and choose between new products.

The Project Las Vegas tradeshow was held in the Venetian Hall D in Las Vegas, NV from August 28th to 30th, and was by far his favorite trade show of the week.

Stuck off in a corner at the Venetian Hotel Convention Halls, it was not in the best of locations but the setup and layout created an excellent ambiance and unique feel.

When they first arrived at Project Las Vegas, they had their reservations about the size and significance of the show but they were pleasantly surprised by the clean display and the organized and efficient registration.

After what he would estimate to be the fastest and most painless registration of the Fashion Week they went to collect their tradeshow bag of goodies. Each attendee received a fantastic little tote bag to collect name cards and brochures along with the included exhibition book. The golden book, as they came to call it, contained company and contact information for all of the exhibitors. The stall layout was easy to navigate, the walkways were wide and well lit, and stall numbers were clearly marked.


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