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LA Textile Show To Co-locate With Material World

The  L.A. International Textile Show, hosted by the California Market Center (CMC), Los Angeles, and  Material World & Technology Solutions, produced by Atlanta-based Urban Expositions LLC, will co-locate as of fall 2009. Co-locating the shows - to be held Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 2009, at the CMC - will create the largest, most comprehensive marketplace for apparel and home furnishing textiles, sourcing, global fashion production and supply chain resources on the West Coast. Beginning in 2010, the events will be held semi-annually.

"When the opportunity arose to co-locate with such a well-established, successful event as the L.A. International Textile Show, the list of benefits to the industry could not be ignored," said Tim von Gal, president, Material World & Technology Solutions. "By teaming up, we eliminate market confusion and bring together an unprecedented international product and service resource that promises to become the must-attend event for the sewn products industry."

"By co-locating, we'll maintain the fashion-focused show experience we're known for, while growing the offerings in our current categories and dramatically expanding new ones like home furnishings fabrics, Information Technology, equipment and machinery," said Joanne Lee, senior vice president, CMC.

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