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(NEW YORK, NY-FEBRUARY, 2011)-The New York Tabletop Market at Forty One Madison is in a countdown mode to the April 12-15 Spring edition, and the Fall show is October 25-28. But, peering well ahead over the next half of the new decade, what's the schedule?

"We've conferred with manufacturers and reviewed other show dates and calendars, and set the following," said Laurie Burns, Forty One Madison's Senior Vice President and Director.

2012: April 17-20; October 9-12

2013: April 16-19; October 15-18

2014: April 22-25; October 21-24

2015: April 14-17; October 13-16

The New York Tabletop Market has grown to be the ultimate show in North America for all that's new and innovative globally in the tabletop merchandise category. It organically emerged as Spring and Fall season events soon after Forty One Madison and its 23 floors of china, glass and flatware showrooms opened in 1974. In fact, Forty One Madison management registered The New York Tabletop Market name in 1999 realizing that it had become the authoritative industry event. The following year, The New York Tabletop Show name also was officially registered, since so many people referred to it interchangeably by this title, as well.

"Whether you call it The New York Tabletop Market or The New York Tabletop Show, whether you insert Fall or Spring into its name, Forty One Madison is proud to present this event and bring all sides of the industry - both sellers and buyers - together, enriching each season, as well, with special programming, professional learning opportunities and valuable social networking opportunities."

Plans for the Spring 2011 show include inspirational lobby tablesettings by Luxe Interiors & Design magazine, an after-hours reception for the entire Forty One Madison community of manufacturers and retailers, and the continuing initiative to build relationships with interior designers.




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