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Launch of Textile & Sewn Products Industry Week 2010

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May '08
Textile & Sewn Products Industry Week 2010 launched with powerful co-location of key established trade events

The organizers of the three key industry trade shows in the Americas - ATME-I/MEGATEX, SPESA Expo, and Techtextil North America – have jointly announced that they have reached a landmark agreement to co-locate and align their trade shows at the Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA on May 18-20, 2010.

The three shows will take place in adjacent halls during the same dates, providing tremendous value for textile and sewn products industry professionals at all levels of the textile and sewn products manufacturing and application supply chains. This new event will create a truly “must attend” industry event for the Americas in 2010.

Atlanta is a vibrant international hub which is easily accessed by exhibitors and visitors alike, providing the perfect setting for such a significant industry gathering. The city itself boasts world class trade show facilities, hotels and infrastructure combined with Southern-style hospitality. The co-location and alignment means that attendees will be able to move freely between the individual shows and benefit from the industry-leading educational and networking seminars and special events all in the same venue.

Speaking at the launch of the co-location, Benton Gardner, Executive Vice President of SPESA, said: “The changes we have witnessed in the global sewn products industry have convinced us more than ever that all segments of the industry must work together to remain competitive. The co-location of SPESA Expo, Techtextil North America and ATMEI/MEGATEX provides a unique opportunity for visitors to see leading exhibitors that supply the full spectrum of their production


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