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Dallas Men's Show records 12 per cent rise in attendance

Dallas Men’s Show records 12 per cent rise in attendance

Dallas Market Center has reported a 12 per cent rise in attendance for the recently held Dallas Men’s Show. The appointment-driven event was fully-booked with new and returning brands exhibiting across multiple menswear categories, representing a larger-than-ever selection. The show welcomed better retailers from the Central US, Southwest, and Southeast.

The event also marked the debut of multiple enhancements and upgrades at Dallas Market Center including: the world’s largest private MIMO 5G LTE network boosting cell signal to peak performance across campus; enhanced WiFi access; a newly renovated full-size Starbucks; and the premiere issue of Dallas Market Center’s new signature magazine Spark, featuring inspiring designer and retailer profiles, business tips, and product features including men’s gifts.

New 2019 Dallas Men’s Show exhibitors included Emanuel Berg, Psycho Bunny, Johnstons of Elgin, The Southern Sportsman, Fashion Studio 21/Danini, J Tyler, Forrest Lennard, Bald Head Blues, Alan Paine, Ccilu Footwear/PGA TOUR by Ccilu Collection, and Vincent d’Amérique.

These new brands joined legacy and returning exhibitors including Barbour, Lacoste, Johnston & Murphy, Southern Marsh, Tommy Bahama, Faherty Brand, Coppley, Samuelsohn Clothing Company, Duck Head, Dubarry USA, Steve Madden, and many more.

“Our men’s business continues to thrive with a growing number of leading companies exhibiting and a strong momentum of quality retailers attending. The success of our Men’s Shows is not only a symbol of success for Dallas Market Center, but a sign of health in the industry overall,” Cindy Morris, Dallas Market Center president and CEO said.

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