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CCI features all Turkish COTTON USA licensees at EVTEKS
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Jun '10
CCI's colorful booth at EVTEKS, the largest trade fair held in Turkey, attracted more than 100 visitors per day and was designed to reinforce cotton¹s natural message.

CCI Turkey featured all Turkish COTTON USA licensees on a logo board at the COTTON USA booth, which attracted two additional potential licensees. The fair had 610 exhibitors, and it attracted about 100,000 visitors (80,000 Turkish visitors and 20,000 international visitors). During the show, CCI conducted four trade press interviews, focusing on the cotton market as well as the results of the 2010 Global Lifestyle Monitor. As a key sponsor of the show, the COTTON USA Mark was featured on more than 15 large billboards around the fair, as well as on all name badges.

Cotton Council International (CCI) is the export promotion arm of the National Cotton Council of America. CCI's mission is to increase exports of U.S. cotton, cottonseed and U.S. manufactured cotton products through activities that affect every phase of the marketing chain — from the initial mill buyer of cotton fiber or purchaser of U.S. cotton-rich yarns and fabrics on through to the final consumer. Representing the export promotion interests of the U.S. cotton industry's seven segments—producers, ginners, warehousers, merchants, cottonseed handlers, cooperatives and manufacturers—CCI operates in 50 overseas markets.

Cotton Council International (CCI)


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