U.S. Antique Shows Premieres Its Second Inaugural Show of 2014 This Weekend
For the second time in January 2014, U.S. Antique Shows has announced they will be premiering another stellar antique show, the Miami National Antique Show tonight, Jan. 24-26, 2014 at the Miami Airport Convention Center. Further strengthening their position in the southeast Florida antique marketplace, U.S. Antique Shows acquired the show from Dolphin Promotions in early 2013.
"We're thrilled to introduce the Miami National Antique Show to our exciting 2014 line up in the greater Miami area," says Fair Development Director Andrea Canady.
Identifying January as "Miami Antique Month," dealers and collectors will have more reasons than ever to travel to one of the top 10 most populous regions in the U.S. Canady continues, "Starting with our signature tent at the highly attended Art Deco Weekend (Jan.17-19) and concluding with our largest show, The Original Miami Beach Antique Show (Jan. 30-Feb. 3), January will be a fantastic month to explore a variety of beautiful and unique merchandise showcased by our dealers from all around the world."
Dealer Paul Haig of Haig's of Rochester (Booth No. 1203) is excited that U.S. Antique Shows is now managing the Miami-based show, "Miami National Antique Show is the first large scale antique show of the greater Miami area for the New Year. The three-day show is a perfect size for any shopper. It attracts designers, decorators and collectors as well as many dealers who participate in other Miami shows. I feel confident in U.S. Antique Shows' ability to attract a good number of valued clientele, making it well worth any dealers' time to participate."
The Miami National Antique Show is produced by U.S. Antique Shows, a division of GLM. U.S. Antique Shows, the world's largest producer of indoor antique shows, focuses on presenting a wide range of antiques as well as antique, vintage and estate jewelry and watches to 50,000 consumers annually. The company is the only producer that serves the unique needs of the antique and antique jewelry industry supporting sales in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Miami Beach and New York. Their shows host internationally recognized dealers promoting the purchase of rare and unusual historic merchandise to antiques collectors, novice enthusiasts, socialites and celebrities. U.S. Antique Shows draws more than 3,000 dealers from 28 countries worldwide exhibiting their signature collections in 400,000 net square feet across nine shows.
Tickets for the event are $15 and are valid for reentry to all three show days. For more information about the show or to purchase tickets, call 239-732-6642 or visit www.MiamiNationalAntiqueShow.com.
Photo Credit: Philip Chasen