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Fabric fair set for August 21 PDF Print E-mail
Written by HGO Staff   

TORONTO (26 July 2012) - The summer edition of the semi-annual Toronto Fabric Fair will begin its three-day run at the Paradise Banquet & Convention Centre here on August 21.

Organized by sales representatives covering about 40 major textile mills, the three-day event is an opportunity for both retailers and manufacturers to review some of their latest offerings, many of which were debuted at the International Textile Market Association's (ITMA) Showtime trade event in early June.

Among the lines to be represented at the show are: Gum Tree Fabrics; Cone Decorative Fabrics; Abercrombie Textiles; Master Fabrics; Heritage House Fabrics; ITC; Belle Fabrics; Dana Mills; Sunbury Textiles; Sunbrella; Merimac Textiles; Morgan Fabrics; Barston Fabrics; Duro Decorative Fabrics; King Textiles; and, Mitchell Faux Leathers.

Also on the schedule are: Portfolio Textiles; Direct Textiles; Se7en; Paragon Global; LaFrance; American Jacquards; Lady Fabrics; Vision Fabrics; Global Textile Alliance; Diversitex; Carpostan; American Decorative Fabrics; Covington; Regal; Zenda; Classical Elements; Microtex; ACH; Magnolia Home Fashions; King America Textile Group; Tahoe; and, Culp.

The fair is held in February and August.

The hours of operation are: 12noon to 6pm on August 21; and 8:30am to 6pm on August 22 and 23.

The Paradise Banquet & Convention Center is located at 7601 Jane Street, just south of Highway 7 in the Toronto suburb of Vaughan.

Mike Katroscik, sales representative for Gum Tree Fabrics, is the chairman of the Toronto Fabric Fair Committee. For more information about the event, him an e-mail at .

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