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CITY ANGELS OF
BY VISITING SOME GREAT CULTURAL HOT SPOTS! BY STEPHANIE PETERS
here are many unique, interesting and beautiful places to visit in Los Angeles. Whether you’re coming in early before the Conference, extending your stay, or just finding a little free time in between, you’ll want to make sure to visit these MSA member institutions.* Many store managers have graciously offered a discount to MSA attendees. You’ll just need to show a business card.
*MSA Members as of Feb. 25, 2013.
ANNENBERG SPACE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY
2000 Avenue of the Stars, Ste 1000 S Los Angeles, CA 90067-0001 (213) 403-3007 www.annenbergfoundation.org Offering a 20% store discount on regular price merchandise to MSA attendees. What to see: The Annenberg Space for Photography is a cultural destination dedicated to exhibiting both digital and print photography. The venue is the first solely photographic cultural destination in the Los Angeles area. Make sure to see the exhibit, “WAR/Photography: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath.” CABRILLO MARINE AQUARIUM
3720 Stephen M White Dr San Pedro, CA 90731-7012 (310) 548-7562 x216 www.cabrilloaq.org Offering a 10% store discount to MSA attendees. What to see: The Cabrillo Marine Aquarium (CMA) is a nonprofit museum just steps away from Cabrillo Beach and the Pacific Ocean in San Pedro. CMA is dedicated to promoting knowledge and conservation of the marine life of Southern California through free and low-cost educational research programs. Explore our 30 aquariums and reach into our touch tank. We also have an Exploration Center, Aquatic Nursery, research library and classroom. The Cabrillo Aquarium Gift Shop is run by the FRIENDS of Cabrillo Aquarium and includes books, ocean-themed gifts, CMA t-shirts and souvenirs. All proceeds support the educational programs sponsored by the CMA. CALIFORNIA SCIENCE CENTER
700 Exposition Park Dr Los Angeles, CA 90037-1210 (213) 744-7422 www.casciencectr.org Offering a 20% store discount to MSA attendees. What to see: The California Science
Center is the West Coast’s largest hands-on science center. Make sure to see the Space Shuttle Endeavour and companion exhibit, “Endeavour: The California Story,” featuring images and artifacts that relate the shuttle program to California, where the orbiters were built. FIDM MUSEUM & GALLERIES
919 S Grand Ave Los Angeles, CA 90015-1421 (213) 624-1200 www.fidmmuseumshop.com Offering a 20% store discount to MSA attendees. What to see: Much of the merchandise in the FIDM store is designed by FIDM staff and alumni, but also features many up-and-coming Los Angeles designers. During the MSA Conference & Expo, FIDM will feature the “21st Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design” exhibit which will include costumes from “Les Misérables,” “Skyfall,” “Lincoln,” “The Hunger Games,” “Argo,” and “Snow White and the Huntsman,” just to name a few. The shop will feature merchandise inspired by this exhibition. In addition, the Larson Gallery will be open displaying a portion of the 1,100-piece collection, “A Century of Cotton: Selections from the Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection, 1800−1900.” THE HUNTINGTON LIBRARY, ART COLLECTIONS, AND BOTANICAL GARDENS
1151 Oxford Rd San Marino, CA 91108-1218 (626) 405-2100 www.huntington.org Offering a 20% store discount to MSA attendees April 11−16, 2013. What to see: In springtime, one of the star attractions at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is its breathtaking 120-acre grounds, originally the private estate of railroad magnate Henry Edwards Huntington (1850−1927). The Huntington’s 12 themed landscapes, including a 100-year-old Japanese Garden, give the museum’s other treasures (like Thomas Gainsborough’s
“Blue Boy” and the Gutenberg Bible) plenty of competition. Roses, camellias, wisteria and colorful spring perennials are among the season’s standouts. This spring, visitors also can enjoy a profusion of flowers on display on the gallery walls in a special exhibition titled, “When They Were Wild: Recapturing California’s Wildflower Heritage,” on view March 9 through June 3. Afternoon tea in the Rose Garden Tea Room is the perfect way to wrap up your visit. And don’t miss the outstanding selection of botanical-themed gift items in the Bookstore & More, from note cards to gardening books to apparel, including an annual garden calendar and custom garden-themed reverse painted ornaments.
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THE J. PAUL GETTY MUSEUM
1200 Getty Center Dr Los Angeles, CA 90049-1687 (310) 440-7330 www.getty.edu Offering a 20% store discount to MSA attendees. What to see: A few of the exciting exhibitions on view during the MSA Conference & Expo include “Overdrive: L.A. Constructs the Future, 1940–1990,” “Japan’s Modern Divide: The Photographs of Hiroshi Hamaya and Kansuke Yamamoto,” and “In Focus: Ed Ruscha.” On view in the Getty Villa: “Sicily: Art and Invention between Greece and Rome.” Visitors to the Center should be sure not to miss the new Children’s Shop in the West Pavilion, Plaza Level (featured in 7
Offering a 20% store discount to MSA attendees, as well as free admission to the museum, April 13−14, 2013. What to see: The mission of the Japanese American National Museum is to promote understanding and appreciation of America’s ethnic and cultural diversity by sharing the Japanese American experience. Exhibitions include “Patriots & Peacemakers: Arab Americans in Service to Our Country” (through April 14) and “Visible and Invisible: A Hapa Japanese American History.” Kidspace Children’s Museum
a recent Museum Store magazine article). In the other shops in the museum, you’ll find unique merchandise related to the “Overdrive” exhibition, which focuses on L.A. architecture, and the photography show that features two rarely shown Japanese photographers. The store at the Villa features beautiful objects, apparel and jewelry inspired by the ancient art of Greece,
Rome and Etruria, gorgeous art glass, and an excellent selection of books on antiquity. JAPANESE AMERICAN NATIONAL MUSEUM
100 N Central Ave Los Angeles, CA 90012-3911 (213) 625-0414 www.janm.org
THE JAPANESE GARDEN
6100 Woodley Ave Van Nuys, CA 91406-6450 (818) 756-8166 www.thejapanesegarden.com What to see: The Japanese Garden in Van Nuys is one of the hidden gems in the Los Angeles area and well worth a trip to the San Fernando Valley. This authentic 6 1/2-acre Japanese garden was designed by Dr. Koichi Kawana, a noted Japanese art
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and architecture historian. Please be aware that the Garden is closed on Friday and Saturday and it’s always a good idea to call in advance of your visit to make sure the Garden is not closed due to weather or construction.
480 N Arroyo Pasadena, CA 91103-0001 (626) 449-9144 www.kidspacemuseum.org Offering a 20% store discount to MSA attendees, as well as free admission to the museum. What to see: Don’t miss the recently opened Galvin Physics Forest, which is an outdoor one-acre expansion of the facility offering a hands-on explanation of the laws of physics. During the MSA Conference & Expo, Caterpillar Adoption Days will be taking place in the store. A live painted lady caterpillar can be purchased to witness the life cycle of a butterfly and then to be released into the wild. LOS ANGELES COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART
5905 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90036-4504 (323) 857-6147 www.lacma.org www.thelacmastore.org
Los Angeles Public Library – The Library Store on Wheels
Offering a 10% store discount to MSA attendees. What to see: As the largest art museum in the western United States, LACMA hosts many exciting works including “Metropolis II” by Southern California artist Chris Burden. Make sure to check out the Chris Burden limited edition Custom Metropolis II Car in the store, as well. Two of the exhibitions on view are “Stanley Kubrick” and “Japanese Prints: Hokusai at LACMA.” LOS ANGELES PHILHARMONIC ASSN.
151 S Grand Ave Los Angeles, CA 90012-3034 (213) 972-3440 www.laphilstore.org Offering a 20% store discount to MSA attendees. What to see: Designed by architect Frank Gehry, Walt Disney Concert Hall, new home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, is designed to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world, providing both visual and aural intimacy for an unparalleled musical experience. Free self-guided tours are available. Make sure to visit the store, where you’ll find products with an emphasis on music, design and architecture. LOS ANGELES PUBLIC LIBRARY − THE LIBRARY STORE
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KIDSPACE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM
630 W 5th St
Los Angeles, CA 90071-2002 (213) 228-7550 www.librarystore.org Offering a 20% store discount to MSA attendees. What to see: Located in the downtown Central Library, this Los Angeles monument was built in 1926, and is the third largest public library in the United States. You’ll find an eclectic selection of gifts and goods for bibliophiles of all ages at this institution recently named “Best Gift Shop in Los Angeles” by the LA Weekly! All sales support the Los Angeles Public Library. Make sure to check out the session featuring The Library Store’s recently launched mobile version of their store: “Store On Wheels: An Introduction to ‘Mobile’ Retail.” MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART − LOS ANGELES
250 S Grand Ave Los Angeles, CA 90012-3007 (213) 621-1714 www.moca.org Offering a 20% store discount to MSA attendees. What to see: Founded in 1979, MOCA is the only museum in Los Angeles devoted exclusively to contemporary art. It is committed to the collection, presentation, and interpretation of work produced since 1940 in all media, and to preserving that work for future generations. 9
NORTON SIMON MUSEUM
411 W Colorado Blvd Pasadena, CA 91105-1825 (626) 844-6942 www.nortonsimon.org Offering a 20% store discount to MSA attendees. What to see: The Norton Simon Museum is known around the world as one of the most remarkable private art collections ever assembled. Over a 30year period, 20th-century industrialist Norton Simon (1907–1993) amassed an astonishing collection of European art from the Renaissance to the 20th century and a stellar collection of South and Southeast Asian art spanning 2,000 years. Modern and contemporary art from Europe and the United States, acquired by the former Pasadena Art Museum, also occupies an important place in the museum’s collections. The Norton Simon Museum Store features a large selection of books on American, European and Asian art, photography, gardens and architecture. The museum’s stunning art collection is represented in a series of collection catalogs, including a three-volume edition on the museum’s Asian art collection and a two-volume set on the museum’s renowned 19th-century collection. Also for sale are an impressive assortment of art-related books and games for children and a variety of stationery, prints and posters that feature works from the museum’s collections. We print almost all of our paper products in Southern California and offer an extensive print-on-demand service of archival digital
prints representing a broad range of works in the museum.
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PASADENA MUSEUM OF HISTORY
470 W Walnut St Pasadena, CA 91103-3562 (626) 577-1660 x14 www.pasadenahistory.org Offering a 20% store discount on regular price merchandise to MSA attendees, as well as free admission to the museum. What to see: The 1906 Beaux Arts Fenyes Mansion at Pasadena Museum of History reopened for public tours in December 2012 after being closed for more than two years for extensive repairs and renovation. The $1.7 million rejuvenation and closure made it possible to repair and restore select items in the house. The Fenyes Mansion is unique historically, having housed four generations of the Fenyes-Curtin-Paloheimo family, with the original décor of the early 1900s preserved largely unchanged. Also on view at Pasadena Museum of History will be the exhibition “I Do! I Do! Pasadena Ties the Knot: 1860 to 1950,” showcasing the wedding dress as an icon of social customs through the decades. “I Do! I Do!” will provide the opportunity to present more than 35 bridal gowns, accompanied by their stories and related ephemera, from the museum’s costume and textile collection. The Museum Store at Pasadena Museum of History features the work of more than 40 local artists, publications on Pasadena and surrounding areas,
official Tournament of Roses® quality merchandise, and specialized artwork, gifts and books relating to the exhibitions and collections of the museum. SKIRBALL CULTURAL CENTER
2701 N Sepulveda Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90049-6833 (310) 440-4505 www.skirball.org Offering a 20% store discount to MSA attendees. What to see: Inspired by the ancient flood story, which has parallels in diverse cultures around the world, the Skirball’s popular children’s/families’ destination, Noah’s Ark at the Skirball, invites visitors of all generations to have fun—and to connect with one another, learn the value of community and help build a better world. The floor-to-ceiling wooden ark is filled with hundreds of fancifully handcrafted animals—from cuddly companions to life-sized puppets—all crafted from recycled materials and everyday objects, including bottle caps, bicycle parts, baseball mitts, croquet balls, mop heads and rearview mirrors.
OTHER LOCAL MUSEUMS TO CONSIDER
The Autry 4700 Western Heritage Way Los Angeles, CA 90027-1462 (323) 667-2000 www.theautry.org
Forest Lawn Museum 1712 S Glendale Ave Glendale, CA 91205-3320 (323) 340-4782 www.forestlawn.com
Paciﬁc Asia Museum 46 N Los Robles Ave Pasadena, CA 91101-2009 (626) 449-2742 x21 www.paciﬁcasiamuseum.org
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels 555 W Temple St Los Angeles, CA 90012-2707 www.olacathedral.org
The Gamble House – University of Southern California 4 Westmoreland Pl Pasadena, CA 91103-3564 (626) 449-4178 www.gamblehouse.org
Rancho Los Cerritos Historic Site 4600 Virginia Rd Long Beach, CA 90807-1916 (562) 570-1755 www.rancholoscerritos.org
2013 MSA RETAIL CONFERENCE & EXPO, LOS ANGELES
(subject to change)
FRIDAY, APRIL 12 9 a.m.−2:45 p.m.
Off-Site Learning Experience: The J. Paul Getty Museum
9 a.m.−3:45 p.m.
Off-Site Learning Experience: Pasadena Museums
Meet & Greet Event: Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel
Leadership Recognition Reception (by invitation only)
SATURDAY, APRIL 13 7 a.m.−5:30 p.m.
Registration Open | West Hall A Lobby
The Secret Psychology of Consumers
Practical Social Media Workshop: From Your Store to Social and Back
Gen Y Decoded: Insights and Tactics for Marketers
Membership Meeting | Room 515A
11:30 a.m.−1 p.m.
Laughs for Greenberg Fundraising Luncheon
The Library Store on Wheels—Open for attendees to visit | Front of Convention Center
Discussion Groups by Museum Type | See page 23 for room assignments
Vendor/Buyer Exchange | Back of West Hall A
Spark Session: Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Social Media
Store on Wheels: An Introduction to “Mobile” Retail
Inventory Is Your Retail Heart, Is it Healthy?
ShopTalk Live: 10-Minute Topics
Create a Customer Service Strategic Plan
The 7-Minute Sell
Beyond Key Chains and Mugs: A Product Development Panel
The Future of Retail (Surprise, It’s Mobile!): How Nonprofit Retailers Build Fans and Drive Sales in a Mobile First World
| Room 502A
| Room 502B
| Room 502A
| Room 511ABC
| Room 511ABC
| Room 501ABC
| Room 502B
| Room 511ABC | Room 502B
| Room 515B | Room 515A
Spark Session: Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Open-to-Buy
Members Market | Room 515A
| Room 502A | Room 511ABC
SUNDAY, APRIL 14 7:30 a.m.−5 p.m.
Registration Open | West Hall A Lobby
8 a.m.−5 p.m.
MSA Expo | West Hall A
Expo Learning Theater: Engaging Young Audiences Through Design
Refreshment Break on the Expo Floor | Back of West Hall A
Networking Reception at FIDM Museum & Galleries
| West Hall A: Booth #723
MONDAY, APRIL 15 8−9 a.m.
Partnering With Publishers for Profits
| Room 515B
8 a.m.−3 p.m.
Registration Open | West Hall A Lobby
9 a.m.−3 p.m.
MSA Expo | West Hall A
Expo Learning Theater: Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Your POS
Expo Learning Theater: Top 10 Things You Need to Know About International Buying
Cash Bar on the Expo Floor | Back of West Hall A
Off-Site Learning Experience: TASCHEN Store Beverly Hills
Closing Keynote Session—The Loyalty Switch: How to Make Anyone Loyal to You and Your Store | Room 515B
Conference Wrap-up and Refreshments | Foyer of Room 515B
| West Hall A: Booth #723 | West Hall A: Booth #723
Welcome to Los Angeles and the 58th MSA Retail Conference & Expo!
n behalf of MSA, I would like to welcome all of you to Los Angeles and the 2013 MSA Conference & Expo. This year’s program is packed with exciting educational sessions, fun networking events and great opportunities to see some unique new products. The Program Resource Group (PRG) and MSA staff worked hard to create a schedule that includes new speakers, relevant topics and new formats. A few highlights include the social media workshop by Jason McDonald, where you’ll walk away with some great tips to boost your social media program, spark sessions offering a quick “top 10” rundown on a variety of topics, the Library Foundation of Los Angeles’ “Store on Wheels” (they’re actually parking it outside the convention center!) and the product development panel that will lead right into an exciting new format for Members Market (let me just say there will be a chocolate fountain). Be sure to attend the MSA Membership Meeting on Saturday where you’ll meet the MSA staff, incoming board of directors and MSA’s new executive director/CEO. We have 260 exhibitors at the Expo this year! More than 25 percent of those exhibitors are new to the MSA Expo and I’m looking forward to seeing what they have to offer. Where else can you find so many vendors in one place catering to the unique needs of our industry? For those of you attending the various off-site learning excursions, I’ll be eagerly waiting to hear what you liked most about your experience. And, of course, I look forward to seeing everyone at the networking event at FIDM Sunday evening. Finally, I want to thank all of our Expo exhibitors, Members Market participants, sponsors, PRG members, MSA staff and board members, as well as a host of volunteers. This event would not be possible without their continued support.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Check Out the City of Angels ..................6 Schedule-at-a-Glance...........................11 Expo Passport.......................................13 General Information .............................13 MSA Volunteers ....................................14 Speakers & Panelists .............................15 Private Expert Consultations...................16 Tote Bag Inserts....................................16 Sponsors & In-Kind Donors ...................17 Greenberg Scholarship Fund .................18 MSA Antitrust Policy ..............................19 MSA Knowledge Standards....................19 Los Angeles Convention Center Map .........................................20 2013 Show Specials .............................20 Product Showcases ...............................20 Area Map ............................................21 Detailed Agenda ..................................22 MSA Bookstore.....................................23 Members Market ..................................25 Expo Floor Plan ....................................28 Buyer’s Choice Awards .........................29 Exhibitors in Alphabetical Order ............30
Beth Ricker President, MSA Board of Directors
Exhibitors by Product Category ..............41 List of Attendees ...................................44 Vendor Focus .......................................49
FIRST-TIME ATTENDEE J
oin up with one of MSA’s Conference Ambassadors to help you navigate your first Conference experience! These seasoned attendees will be available at the MSA Registration Desk each morning to answer your questions, introduce you to key people, walk with you to educational sessions and give you pointers on shopping the Expo. Their special Ambassador badge makes it easy to identify these volunteers!
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GENERAL INFORMATION BADGES
Badges are required for admittance to all education sessions, social events, wholesale markets, MSA membership meeting and vendor/buyer exchange. Replacement badges are available for $25 at the Registration Desk.
Smoking is not permitted in meeting rooms, Members Market, the Expo or anywhere within the Los Angeles Convention Center.
SESSION HANDOUTS Session content can be accessed through May 31, 2013, at www.MSAmeeting.org. EXPO AND MEMBERS MARKET As a matter of professional courtesy, attendees are asked not to shop for personal gifts at the wholesale markets.
LOCATION OF MEETINGS AND EVENTS Unless otherwise noted, all Conference sessions, events and the Expo take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center. For your convenience, the convention center floor plan can be found on page 20.
IMPORTANT ADDRESSES AND PHONE NUMBERS SHERATON LOS ANGELES DOWNTOWN HOTEL 711 South Hope St. Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 488-3500
LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER 1201 South Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90015 (213) 741-1151
MSA MOBILE APP!
ownload MSA’s free mobile app to your iPhone, iPad, Android or Blackberry device and participate on a whole new level! After you download and launch the app, you’ll need your pairing code to exchange your contact information with other attendees. You can request your code within the app under “contacts” or visit the MSA Registration Desk to receive one. Once installed, you’ll have instant access to awesome features, like: • • • • • •
The full event schedule Contact information of other attendees Real-time updates on Twitter at #MRCE2013 Detailed information about speakers, exhibitors and sponsors Access to the mobile Expo passport Notifications of important updates, special offers and more!
Ready to get started? Go to http://crwd.cc/MSA2013 from your mobile device. If you use Apple or Android, you can also search for “MSA 2013” in the iTunes or Google Play Stores. Have questions? Any MSA staff member will be happy to answer them!
Win a Kindle Fire! NEW for 2013—choose between the paper format OR the new MSA Conference mobile app! • MSA mobile app: Access the Expo Passport challenge through the “Click!” icon on the app. Visit each of the three sponsors on the Expo floor and take a picture of their “secret product” (you’ll have to ask them!). Once you’ve taken a photo at each participating exhibitor’s booth, you’re automatically entered to win! Deadline to enter is 5 p.m. Sunday, April 14. • Paper format: Visit each of the three sponsors on the Expo floor to have your passport stickered and then drop your completed passport, including your name and contact information, into the drawing bin located just inside the Expo Hall by 5 p.m. Sunday, April 14. The drawing will be held on Monday, April 15 in the Expo Hall at 12:30 p.m. You MUST be present to win. Winners will receive a Kindle Fire. One passport per delegate (either paper or mobile app). Replacement passports cannot be issued.
PASSPORT SPONSORS Company
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MSA BOARD OF DIRECTORS PRESIDENT Elizabeth Ricker New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Albuquerque, N.M.
Thanks to the following MSA member volunteers for their generous service during the past year! CHAPTER OFFICERS
FIRST VICE PRESIDENT Stacey Stachow
FLORIDA President Audrie Rañon Museum of Fine Arts, Saint Petersburg, Fla.
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Conn.
Vice President Kathryn Rush Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, Fla.
SECOND VICE PRESIDENT Barbara Lenhardt The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C.
SECRETARY Janice Wrhel Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe, N.M.
TREASURER Candace Allen Museum of New Mexico Foundation, Santa Fe, N.M.
DIRECTOR AT LARGE Gloria Stern Minnesota Historical Society, Two Harbors, Minn.
DIRECTOR AT LARGE Julie Steiner The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, Pa.
Secretary Maryann Keane Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, Fla. MID-ATLANTIC President Elizabeth Poole Fallingwater−Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, Mill Run, Pa. Vice President Jamie Cooper President Lincoln’s Cottage (A National Trust Site), Washington, D.C. Secretary Christine Hacker Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, N.J. MIDWEST President Gloria Stern Minnesota Historical Society Two Harbors, Minn. Vice President Rebecca Bonham Studebaker National Museum, South Bend, Ind. Secretary Phil Janes Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis, Ind. NORTH ATLANTIC President Andrew Beauchamp The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, N.Y. Vice President Claudia Majetich The MIT Museum, Cambridge, Mass. Secretary Sue deBruijn The Farmers Museum/NYSHA/Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, N.Y.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST President Elizabeth Marcum Pittock Mansion, Portland, Ore. Vice President Mary Christensen Museum of Flight, Seattle, Wa. Secretary Mark R. Weber Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, Anchorage, Alaska SOUTH ATLANTIC President Nancy Hagerman Schiele Museum of Natural History and Planetarium, Gastonia, N.C. Vice President Kristie Allen Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Ala. Secretary Patricia Simpson High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Ga. SOUTHWEST CENTRAL President Ellan F. Burke Mayborn Museum Complex, Waco, Texas Secretary Colleen Brainerd Dallas Symphony Association, Dallas, Texas WESTERN President Marilu Rix Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Wickenburg, Ariz. Vice President Stuart Hata de Young and Legion of Honor/Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, Calif. Secretary Jeannette Garbarini-Walters San Francisco Symphony, San Francisco, Calif.
2013 PROGRAM RESOURCE GROUP Beverly Au Formerly with Pacific Historic Parks Honolulu, Hawaii Terry Aulisio Polk Museum of Art Lakeland, Fla. Sandra Kreitner Jefferson National Parks Association Saint Louis, Mo. Raymond McKenzie Asian Art Museum of San Francisco San Francisco, Calif. Barbara Schrade The Tang Museum at Skidmore College Sarasota Springs, N.Y.
SPEAKERS & PANELISTS SPEAKERS & PANELISTS Nick Arnette Comedic Speaker Jane Brown Artbook/D.A.P.
Barbara Lenhardt The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Lisa Mark Los Angeles County Museum of Art
James Citron Mogreet
Laura Murphy The Preservation Society of Newport County
Mary DelMonico DelMonico Books/Prestel
Ione Saroyan The New-York Historical Society
Paul Erickson RMSA
Barbara Savage Santa Barbara Museum of Art
James Kane Author, Speaker and Consultant
Gloria Stern Minnesota Historical Society
Betsy Poole Fallingwater – Western Pennsylvania Conservancy Mill Run, Pa.
Jason McDonald JM Internet Group
Sally Struever Portland Museum of Art
2012–2013 NOMINATING COMMITTEE
Kit Yarrow, Ph.D. Golden Gate University
Andrew Uchin Norton Simon Museum
MSA MEMBER SPEAKERS & PANELISTS
Mark Weber Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center
Penny Bigmore Peabody Essex Museum
Mark Wiggins CIA Museum/Employee Activity Association
2013 GREENBERG SCHOLARSHIP AWARD COMMITTEE Julie Steiner, Chairperson The Barnes Foundation Philadelphia, Pa. Wendy S. Jacoby Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm Dayton, Ohio
Elizabeth Ricker, Chairperson New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Albuquerque, N.M. Elizabeth Marcum Pittock Mansion Portland, Ore. Ava Maxwell Charles H. Morse Museum of American Art Winter Park, Fla. Marilu Rix Desert Caballeros Western Museum Wickenburg, Ariz. Lauren Chapin Salazar Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens Washington, D.C.
Meta Bloomberg Minnesota Historical Society David Duddy deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum Christine Hacker Princeton University Art Museum
MSA AFFILIATE SPEAKERS & PANELISTS Kathy Borrus Retail Details LLC Darren Kornblut Image Exchange
Stuart Hata de Young and Legion of Honor/Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Pamela Pease Paintbox Press
Michael Higdon National Building Museum
Andee Williamson NCR Retail
Sarah Lancaster Library Foundation of Los Angeles 15
PRIVATE EXPERT CONSULTATIONS
f you are looking for expert one-on-one advice, don’t miss MSA’s private expert consultations with Andrew Andoniadis, Paul Erickson and Miriam Works. Check at the MSA Registration Desk for available time slots—each personalized session is only $170.
ANDREW ANDONIADIS Andrew has been a museum store consultant for 21 years, working on more than 350 projects of all kinds and sizes across the United States and Canada. He is a regular contributor to Museum Store magazine and has recently published the book “Museum Retailing: A Handbook of Strategies for Success,” which is a collection of articles he has written on nearly all aspects of museum store management.
PAUL ERICKSON Paul Erickson is the senior vice president, client services, of RMSA Retail Solutions. Widely recognized for his talents as a retail educator, Paul has conducted seminars throughout North America on topics that include fundamentals of retail merchandising, strategies of merchandise planning, the effect of computers on bottomline profits and what independent retailers can learn from franchises.
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MIRIAM WORKS Get help solving store design and merchandising challenges, communication issues and marketing quandaries from an expert in both nonprofit and for-profit store design, revitalization and management. Since 1993, Works Consulting has provided down-to-earth guidance in new store design, existing store revitalization, developing a cohesive, profitable product mix, improving display approaches, streamlining daily operations, enhancing customer, staff and volunteer engagement, hiring right the first time, and effective marketing on a shoestring.
TOTE BAG INSERTS Your tote bag items are provided by the following companies. (Participants as of March 23, 2013)
Design Master Associates Inc. .............. 316 Ornament Solmate Socks ................................... 323 Sock
SPONSORS & IN-KIND DONORS MSA gratefully acknowledges the following sponsors for their support of the 58th MSA Retail Conference & Expo: PREMIER LEVEL
Closing Keynote and Networking Reception at FIDM Museum & Galleries THE CULTURAL TRAVELER
The Relaxation Lounge CHEMART CO. Booth #419
Badge Holders & Lanyards TAM RETAIL (A Div. of Lode Data Systems Inc.) Booth #202
Exhibitor Breakfast Vouchers and Networking Reception at FIDM Museum & Galleries PARTNERSHIP Booth #633
Networking Reception at FIDM Museum & Galleries THE CHARLESTON MINT Booth #407
Mulitple MSA Greenberg Scholarships THE INTERNATIONAL GIFT EXPOSITION IN THE SMOKIES速
Expo Passport DESIGN MASTER ASSOCIATES INC. Booth #316
Networking Reception at FIDM Museum & Galleries POPCORN MOVIE POSTER CO. Booth #710
Networking Reception at FIDM Museum & Galleries FOUND IMAGE PRESS Booth #615
Expo Passport RENAISSANCE ASSOCIATES Booth #438
Expo Passport STEWART/STAND Booth #235
Pens DAVID HOWELL AND CO. Booth #200
Commemorative Mugs DENEEN POTTERY Booth #214
Tote Bags MUSEUM STORE PRODUCTS Booth #440
Volunteer Pins HOGEYE INC. Booth #722
Greenberg Pins PINPEDDLERS.COM (The Pin Peddlers Inc.) 17
THE GREENBERG SCHOLARSHIP FUND
amuel Julius Greenberg was director of museum shops for the Smithsonian Institution from 1982–89. He felt that the MSA Retail Conference & Expo was a golden opportunity to learn, shop and connect with museum retail professionals. In honor of Sam’s memory and to embrace his enthusiasm, MSA founded the Greenberg Scholarship Fund, which helps bring cultural commerce personnel to their first MSA Conference. Since the scholarship fund began in 1991, more than 160 members have received awards. Donations from museum store personnel and industry vendors (including many Expo exhibitors) are the primary sources of funding for these important scholarships. By supporting the Greenberg Scholarship Fund, you are doing your part to keep the museum retail industry strong and growing.
In order to recognize the contributions of those MSA members we have lost over the years, the Greenberg Scholarship has been renamed the MSA Memorial Scholarship Fund. Donations made at the 2013 Conference and beyond will allow the donor to make an “in memory of” donation. Help ensure that the next generation of cultural commerce professionals gets a chance to participate in the networking, education and product sourcing experience. As institutions’ budgets tighten, this scholarship fund is a lifeline to our community. Don’t let that diminish; we need your contributions. Donations may be made at the MSA Registration Desk.
2013 Greenberg Scholarship Recipients
A Special Thanks to These Donors to the Greenberg Fund
Delanie Bakos Rockwell Museum of Western Art Corning, N.Y.
Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center Andoniadis Retail Services Animal Vegetable Mineral Anthracite Heritage Museum Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm The Barnes Foundation Bok Tower Gardens Charles Products Inc Clinton Presidential Museum: Clinton Museum Store Columbus Museum of Art Dallas Museum of Art David Changar Ceramic Designs de Young and Legion of Honor/Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Dennos Museum Center – Northwestern Michigan College Earth Sun Moon Trading Co. Fallingwater – Western Pennsylvania Conservancy FASNY Museum of Firefighting The Gatehouse Shop – Sheppard Pratt Health System Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy Hamilton County Park District – Nature’s Niche Stores
Michael Balbone Miami Art Museum Miami, Fla. Danielle Bastian Seacoast Science Center Rye, N.H. Theresa Collier The Bloedel Reserve Bainbridge Island, Wash.
Libby O’Kane American University Museum – Katzen Museum Store Washington, D.C. Nan Pope Cameron Art Museum Wilmington, N.C. Judi Pruitt Museum of Natural & Cultural History – University of Oregon Eugene, Ore.
Amanda Ginter Army Heritage Center Foundation Museum Store Carlisle, Pa.
Stephen Quinn National Museum of Australia Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Melissa McCarriagher Center for Puppetry Arts Atlanta, Ga.
Warren Shalewitz Museum of Jewish Heritage New York, N.Y.
Heather Michael Orange County Regional History Center Orlando, Fla.
Diana Weintraub Lowell Observatory Flagstaff, Ariz.
Past Greenberg Scholarship Recipients Carrie Santell USS Hornet Museum Alameda, Calif. Serenity Shanklin Minnesota Historical Society Minneapolis, Minn.
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Renee Sheakoski The Butler Institute of American Art Youngstown, Ohio
The Hermitage Historic Smithfield Plantation Hogeye Inc. Honolulu Academy of Arts The International Gift Exposition in the Smokies® International Rose Test Garden The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Maine Audubon Minnesota Historical Society The Mint Museum Museum of New Mexico Foundation Museum Store Products Inc. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science The New-York Historical Society Peabody Essex Museum Retail Details LLC Rockwell Museum of Western Art Sauder Village Studebaker National Museum Sue Lapin Art for Museums Tamohara Collection USS Hornet Museum Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art Works Consulting
A Special Recognition for This Year’s Greenberg Scholarship Contributors The International Gift Exposition in the Smokies®
MSA ANTITRUST POLICY
SA is a nonprofit association organized to advance the success of cultural commerce and of the professionals engaged in it. MSA is committed to helping member institutions be competitive in their respective markets, fiscally responsible and, in general, assets to their institutions. Through the MSA Retail Conference & Expo, chapter meetings, seminars and various publications, the Association brings together museum representatives and vendors. The board of directors recognizes that the Association’s activities could be seen by some as an opportunity for anticompetitive conduct. Thus, the board takes this opportunity to express its undeviating policy to comply strictly with the letter and spirit of all federal, state, applicable trade regulations and antitrust laws. Any actions of MSA or its staff, officers, directors or members that violate these regulations and laws is detrimental to the Association’s interests and is unequivocally contrary to MSA policy. The following rules apply to all MSA
activities and must be observed at all MSAsponsored activities and functions under all circumstances—without exception— unless specifically noted here. To assist MSA staff members, officers and committees in recognizing situations that may raise the appearance of an antitrust problem, the board of directors has adopted this Antitrust Policy. Should questions arise as to the manner in which the antitrust laws apply to activities of MSA or any of its committees, such questions shall be directed to MSA headquarters.
GUIDELINES • MSA shall not be used for the purpose of bringing about, or attempting to bring about, any understanding or agreement—written or oral, formal or informal, express or implied— regarding prices, terms or conditions of sale, distribution, volume or customers. • No MSA activity or communication shall include discussion—for any purpose or in any fashion—of pricing methods or other limitations in timing,
costs or volume of production or sale, or allocation of customers. • No MSA activity or communication shall include any discussion that might be construed as an attempt to prevent any person or business entity from gaining access to any market or customer for goods or services, or to prevent any business entity from obtaining a supply of goods or otherwise purchasing goods or services freely in the market. • MSA-sponsored activities shall not include any activity or communication, which is, or might be construed as, an agreement to refrain from purchasing any products, services or supplies from any supplier. These rules apply to informal discussions at MSA-sponsored activities and functions as well as formal presentations and meetings. Antitrust compliance is the responsibility of every MSA member, affiliate, sponsor and staff member.
his year’s program was developed with input from a volunteer planning group. The sessions are based on five of MSA’s eight Knowledge Standards. The Knowledge Standards highlight the core knowledge, skills and abilities needed to perform the responsibilities of a cultural commerce professional. The application of the Knowledge Standards program at our cultural institutions help museum stores become a more integral part of the institution’s mission and success. Be sure to thank the 2013 PRG members for their tireless efforts when you see them in Los Angeles. Use the Knowledge Standards icons to customize your schedule so that you can focus on the sessions most applicable to the issues you face in your institution today.
LOS ANGELES CONVENTION CENTER MAP
MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR BUYING TRIP 2013 SHOW SPECIALS
Many exhibitors are offering show specials from free shipping on the exhibitor to quantity discounts. Look for this icon listings or go to www.MSAmeeting.org for a complete listing.
Explore some of the latest innovative merchandise and products conveniently located outside the entrance to the MSA Expo. (Participants as of 3/21/13)
MUSEUM PRODUCT SHOWCASE New this year! In addition to the great products you’ll find at Members Market you can also see additional custom products developed by your peers in this showcase located in the Expo Hall food court. (Participants as of 3/21/13) Company Contact The Barnes Foundation ..............email@example.com Georgia O’Keeffe Museum ............. firstname.lastname@example.org
Company Booth# African Images .................................................. Not Exhibiting email@example.com Delux Hats & Knitwits by Active America Corp. ................718 Joolz Hayworth LLC ...............................................................4 A Lost Art ...........................................................................514 Ozone Design Inc. .............................................................617 Per Annum Inc. ...................................................................708 Safari Ltd. ...........................................................................511 Winter Design Group ....................................... Not Exhibiting www.winterdesigngroup.com
SATURDAY, APRIL 13 7 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
FRIDAY, APRIL 12 9 a.m.−2:45 p.m. Off-Site Learning Experience: The J. Paul Getty Museum
Registration .............. Convention Center West Lobby • Networking Café • MSA Bookstore
TICKETED EVENT. NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION.
Participants will have the special opportunity to browse and experience the J. Paul Getty Museum first hand!
9 a.m.−3:45 p.m. Off-Site Learning Experience: Pasadena Museums TIC KET
TICKETED EVENT. NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION.
This excursion provides participants with the unique opportunity to visit the museum stores of three highly esteemed cultural institutions in Pasadena: The Gamble House, The Huntington Library and the Norton Simon Museum.
All Day Explore local museums on your own! As an alternative to the ticketed museum tours, take some time to explore institutions in the Los Angeles area on your own. See page 6 for a list of member institutions you may want to consider.
5:30–7 p.m. Meet & Greet MSA and the Western Chapter would like to welcome you to Los Angeles! Please join us for our kickoff networking event at the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel.
SATURDAY, APRIL 14
7–7:45 p.m. Leadership Recognition Reception BY INVITATION ONLY.
MSA welcomes the 2012–2013 and 2013–2014 board of directors, chapter officers, 2013 Greenberg Scholarship Award Committee, 2013 Program Resource Group and the 2012–2013 Nominating Committee for this invitation-only reception to show our appreciation for their efforts on behalf of the Association.
8–9 a.m. CUSTOMER RELATIONS
The Secret Psychology of Consumers .. Room 502A Speaker: Kit Yarrow, Ph.D. What consumers want, how they shop and why they buy has changed forever. But, one thing hasn’t changed—store managers with psychological insight have the opportunity to develop more resonant, effective solutions and strategies. Attendees will learn seven key shifts in the psychology of today’s consumers and five essential strategies to capitalize on these shifts. Peppered with case examples and up-to-the minute research, this eye-opening presentation will leave participants with the tools and insights they’ll need to understand and adapt to the minds, hearts and motivations of today’s dramatically different consumer. 8–10 a.m. COMMUNICATIONS
Practical Social Media Workshop: From Your Store to Social and Back .. Room 502B Speaker: Jason McDonald, JM Internet Group Museum stores are fun, fanciful places where imagination meets culture. Social media, in turn, is the new place where fans and friends congregate to meet, greet and share fun ideas. Yet few museum stores succeed at creating an active online community, and the few that do often still struggle to turn online “likes” and “views” into in-store visits and purchases. Gain practical tips, tricks and secrets that will make your social media pages not only lively but also productive ways to encourage customers to visit, revisit and make purchases at your museum store. Leave this session enthused and excited about how the “real” world can nurture the “online” world of social media, and vice versa!
9:15–10 a.m. CUSTOMER RELATIONS
Gen Y Decoded: Insights and Tactics for Marketers ............................................ Room 502A Speaker: Kit Yarrow, Ph.D. Generation Y, those born between 1980 and 2000, are today’s most enthusiastic, engaged and demanding shoppers. In less than five years, they’ll have more spending power than boomers. As the first generation to grow up with the Internet, they think, relate and buy differently than their elders. They’re part of an empowered generation that’s used to being seen and heard—and they expect you to know them, too. Consumer psychologist Kit Yarrow will present an essential understanding of how Gen Y is fundamentally different from other generations, what motivates them to buy and what they’re looking for in their relationships with retailers and brands. Loaded with upto-the-minute research, case examples and actionable psychological insights, this presentation will leave participants armed with six essential strategies for marketing to Gen Y.
10:15–11:15 a.m. Membership Meeting ........................ Room 515A Meet the MSA staff, board of directors and your new executive director as we share what’s new and exciting at the Conference and in the Association in general. All MSA members and affiliates are invited to attend this meeting.
11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. Laughs for Greenberg Fundraising Luncheon ........................................ Room 511ABC TIC KET
TICKETED EVENT. NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION.
Have a few chuckles with comedic speaker, Nick Arnette, while raising money for the Greenberg Scholarship! Nick’s observations on human behavior will help you see the lighter side of your problems with his original brand of good, clean fun! You’ll feel energized by his motivation and humor while knowing you contributed to a great cause. Lunch is included.
11:30 a.m.–1 p.m.
12–2 p.m. “The Library Store On Wheels” ..................... Front of Convention Center Take a tour of the Library Foundation of Los Angeles’ mobile store. It looks like a food truck, but the interior was renovated to be a mini shop that travels the Los Angeles area.
1–2 p.m. Discussion Groups by Museum Type Join your colleagues to share best practices and take away new ideas for your store at one of these specific museum type discussions. Art Museums under $500,000 ............................. Room 501ABC Art Museums over $500,000 .................................... Room 515B Botanical Gardens, Nature Centers, Zoos & Aquariums ................................................ Room 510 Historical Houses & Outdoor Sites ............................ Room 512 History Museums under $150,000 ............................. Room 513 History Museums over $150,000 ............................... Room 518 Science & Natural History Museums ......................... Room 514 University Museums ................................................... Room 507 All Other Museum Categories ................................... Room 506 (includes Children’s Museums, Libraries, Performing Arts Centers, Aviation and Military Focus, Frank Lloyd Wright Focus and Cultural/Ethnic)
1–2 p.m. Vendor/Buyer Exchange ............ Back of Expo Hall Panelists: Meta Bloomberg, Minnesota Historical Society; David Duddy, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum; Michael Higdon, National Building Museum; Mark Weber, Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center Did you ever want to get inside the head of a museum store buyer? What are they looking for from their vendors? What goes into the decision-making process? What do they wish vendors knew about them? Here’s your chance to find out first-hand! We’ll have a panel of buyers ready and willing to answer all your questions. So, take a break from setting up your booth and gain some valuable insight from a buyer’s perspective.
Lunch Break ....................................... West Hall Grab a bite to eat at the Galaxy Café before heading off to more sessions!
isit the registration desk to view samples of MSA publications including “Numbers by the Book,” “The New Store Workbook” and “The Manager’s Guide.” MSA attendees get 20 percent off all titles.
SATURDAY, APRIL 13, continued 2:15–2:45 p.m. COMMUNICATIONS
Spark Session: Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Social Media ............ Room 511ABC Speaker: Jason McDonald, JM Internet Group In this fun, informative session, you’ll learn tips, secrets and ideas that can make a magical in-store moment into an Instagram viral picture that spreads your message and your store to friends of friends of friends. Synergy isn’t just an empty word—it’s a real nexus of marketing power, as Twitter talks to Facebook, and Facebook talks back to YouTube, and just about everyone starts blogging, bragging and branding your message across the social Web.
2:15–3:15 p.m. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
Store on Wheels: An Introduction to “Mobile” Retail ................................. Room 501ABC Speaker: Sarah Lancaster, Library Foundation of Los Angeles Learn how your store can benefit from launching a mobile retail boutique by reaching new audiences, increasing awareness for your institution and becoming a “rolling billboard” advertising your store! Learn the steps involved in creating your mobile retail business, including how to find that perfect vehicle to house your mobile boutique, and how to turn a former UPS truck (or ice cream truck, or school bus, etc.) into a full-service store on wheels. This session will include a live guided tour of “The Library Store on Wheels,” and maybe even a chance to shop!
2:15–3:15 p.m. MERCHANDISE PLANNING
Inventory Is Your Retail Heart, Is it Healthy?........................................... Room 502B Speaker: Paul Erickson, RMSA Inventory is the heart of your business. How healthy is your heart? While we all think we are familiar with the basics of inventory management, do we see all of the connections between SKUs and financial analysis? Starting with the basics, Paul will share alternative concepts, techniques and formulas to improve inventory turnover, cash flow, revenue growth and gross margin. You’ll learn specific techniques to control your inventory, more accurately budget your inventory investments and open-to-buy, increase your margins, improve your stock sell through and start making more money now. 24
3:30–4:30 p.m. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
ShopTalk Live: 10-Minute Topics .. Room 511ABC Want a quick answer to some hot topics? Six of your peers will have 10 minutes each to present the hottest topics and how they have found practical solutions. It’s like ShopTalk…live! • Kathy Borrus, Retail Details LLC—Cleaning up Your Store Clutter • Christine Hacker, Princeton University Art Museum— Incorporating American Craft • Darren Kornblut, Image Exchange—Using Analytics Data to Set up a Google Adwords Campaign • Barbara Savage, Santa Barbara Museum of Art—Promoting Good Will and Sales Through Collaboration • Gloria Stern, Minnesota Historical Society—Using Branding to Help Build Identity • Sally Struever, Portland Museum of Art—Working With Local Vendors
3:30–4:30 p.m. CUSTOMER RELATIONS
Create a Customer Service Strategic Plan ......................................... Room 502B Speaker: Mark Wiggins, CIA Museum/Employee Activity Assoc. Learn how to walk your store from your customer’s point of view in this session presented by MSA member Mark Wiggins. You’ll learn the five critical areas that must be addressed in order to create your own customer service strategic plan and increase the customer service level in your store.
3:30–5 p.m. MERCHANDISE PLANNING
The 7-Minute Sell.................................. Room 515B Participating Vendors: Celestial Buddies LLC, Christina’s World, Deneen Pottery, Eagle Crest Inc., Kamibashi Asian Art, Live Your Dream Designs, LMD Enterprises/LMD Games, Mata Ortiz to You, Museum Store Products, National Design LLC, The Unemployed Philosophers Guild and Works on Metal. Want access to select vendors before the Expo? See the latest and greatest products as participating vendors take seven minutes to talk about their product, answer questions and provide you with an offer to be redeemed only at their booth. A chime will sound and you will move on to the next amazing product! What a great way to meet vendors and preview products before you find yourself on the busy show floor.
4:45–5:30 p.m. MERCHANDISE PLANNING
Beyond Key Chains and Mugs: A Product Development Panel ......... Room 515A Panelists: Penny Bigmore, Peabody Essex Museum; Barbara Lenhardt, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; and Ione Saroyan, The New-York Historical Society We are always looking for inspiration online, in catalogs, magazines, retail stores, at tradeshows, other performing arts venues and museums. The creative process includes borrowing from others and mashing-up with your idea. We’ll share our journeys of developing fantastic and unexpected products. Join us, as we discuss the “start to finish” inspiration sources, art direction, time lines, time lags and expenses involved in creating custom products. The conversation will focus on jewelry, lamps/lampshades, fine art reproductions and scarves. We will suggest the tools you need and the procedures involved in the active process of developing products.
4:45–5:45 p.m. COMMUNICATIONS
The Future of Retail (Surprise, It’s Mobile!): How Nonprofit Retailers Build Fans and Drive Sales in a Mobile First World ............. Room 502A Speaker: James Citron, Mogreet With more mobile phones on the planet than toothbrushes, there is no doubt the world is going mobile. In this presentation, Mogreet’s CEO, James Citron, will discuss today’s mobile landscape, how it has changed the behavior of today’s customers and how nonprofit retailers can use mobile to drive sales and build a loyal mobile database.
5–5:30 p.m. MERCHANDISE PLANNING
Spark Session: Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Open-to-Buy ........... Room 511ABC Speaker: Paul Erickson, RMSA Planning your store’s financial performance really falls around how well you budget your merchandise investments. This quick 30-minute presentation will focus on the basics of merchandise planning and budgeting and review the top 10 mistakes retailers make when attempting to create their open-to-buy.
5:30–7:30 p.m. Members Market ........................... Room 515A NEW FORMAT! Indulge in a chocolate fountain and cash
bar while browsing the wares of dozens of MSA Museum Members. Members Market immediately follows the product development panel. Our annual showcase of custom products developed by your museum store colleagues is always a topdraw. Find merchandise specific to your collection and gain insights and ideas to expand your own organization’s collection-inspired products. Brooklyn Museum............................................. Table #12 The Frick Collection ..................................................... Table #8 Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy ........... Table #14 Hamilton County Park District ........................... Table #9 Historic Deerfield ............................................... Table #4 The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens ........................................... Table #6 The J. Paul Getty Museum/Getty Publications .... Table #13 Los Angeles County Museum of Art ..................... Table #1 The Metropolitan Museum of Art ...................... Table #11 The Museum of Modern Art ................................ Table #3 The New-York Historical Society ......................... Table #2 Norton Simon Museum ....................................... Table #8 The Preservation Society of Newport County ....... Table #5 San Antonio Museum of Art ................................ Table #7 San Diego Museum of Art ................................... Table #6
SUNDAY, APRIL 14 7:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Registration .............. Convention Center West Lobby • Networking Café • MSA Bookstore
8 a.m.–5 p.m. MSA Expo ........................................ West Hall A Explore MSA’s Expo with wholesalers featuring a wide array of unique products ranging from apparel and Fair Trade items to collectibles and POS systems. You’ll find displays brimming with the latest and most creative museum-quality merchandise. Visit your favorite suppliers and meet dozens of first-time exhibitors whose products you’ve not yet seen! Be sure to ask about show specials.
SUNDAY, APRIL 14, continued
MONDAY, APRIL 15
11 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Lunch in the Expo Hall ..... Food Court West Hall A 1:30–2 p.m. COMMUNICATIONS
Expo Learning Theater: Engaging Young Audiences Through Design ............. Expo Learning Theater, Booth #723 on Expo Floor Speaker: Pamela Pease, Paintbox Press How can museum stores engage young audiences in ways that are meaningful to them? This 30-minute presentation explores innovative strategies for using design as a catalyst for engagement, transforming the museum store experience into an opportunity for young people to become active observers and collaborators, while strengthening connections to your local creative community.
2:30–3:30 p.m. Afternoon Snack Break ........... Back of Expo Hall Take a quick break from shopping to refuel with a selection of delicious cookies!
Partnering With Publishers for Profits ................................................. Room 515B Moderator: Stuart Hata, de Young and Legion of Honor/Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Panelists: Jane Brown, Artbook/D.A.P.; Mary DelMonico, DelMonico Books/Prestel; Lisa Mark, Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Andrew Uchin, Norton Simon Museum With dramatic changes sweeping the publishing and bookselling landscape, museum stores are poised to dominate an underserved category of art and visual gift books. This timely session will argue for the central place of exhibition catalogs and other books in a museum store’s business, address the benefits of strong partnerships between a museum’s retail and publishing departments, and offer advice from museum book buyers, publications staff, and major art publishers on how to promote and sell museum publications and books more effectively. We will also demonstrate how a museum’s own publications can and should serve as the core of any museum store’s book department, and how to maximize synergies within an institution for a stronger retail-publishing alliance and, as a result, better sales and profits.
6–7:30 p.m. Networking Reception at FIDM Museum & Galleries TIC KET
TICKETED EVENT. SIGN UP AT THE REGISTRATION DESK. LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE.
An outdoor portico aside beautiful Grand Hope Park is the site of MSA’s networking reception hosted by the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. We’ll enjoy fabulous tray-passed hors d’oeuvres, a mashed potato “martini bar,” an open bar and great company at the culturally rich FIDM Museum. During the event, you’ll want to take some time to tour the museum’s collection of more than 15,000 objects representing more than 200 years of fashion history, and view the spectacular Oscar fashions temporary exhibit. Make sure to visit the store (they are kindly offering a 20 percent discount for MSA attendees). FIDM is located within a few blocks of the Los Angeles Convention Center. We ask that you support our efforts to reduce the number of buses, thereby decreasing costs and reducing our carbon footprint, by enjoying the brief stroll to and from FIDM. For those who cannot or do not wish to walk, we will have a limited number of shuttle buses leaving from both the convention center and the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel to FIDM and from FIDM to the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel following the event. 26
8 a.m.–3 p.m. Registration .............. Convention Center West Lobby • Networking Café • MSA Bookstore
9 a.m. Breakfast Vouchers The first 75 attendees to enter the Expo Hall will receive a voucher for a free breakfast! Valid Monday only in the West Expo Hall A.
9 a.m.–3 p.m. MSA Expo ........................................ West Hall A Explore MSA’s Expo with wholesalers featuring a wide array of unique products ranging from apparel and Fair Trade items to collectibles and POS systems. You’ll find displays brimming with the latest and most creative museum-quality merchandise. Visit your favorite suppliers and meet dozens of first-time exhibitors whose products you’ve not yet seen! Be sure to ask about show specials.
10–10:30 a.m. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Expo Learning Theater: Top 10 Things You Need to Know About Your POS ............. Expo Learning Theater, Booth #723 on Expo Floor Speaker: Andee Williamson, NCR Retail This quick 30-minute session will give you the tools you need to get a return on the investment you make in retail technology. Learn how to mine the data in your system to drive marketing and increase sales in your store. The session touches on hardware and software and gives you ideas on using current technology trends to your advantage. Discover how to keep local customers loyal and how to engage out-of-town customers.
11 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Lunch in the Expo Hall ..... Food Court West Hall A 12:30 p.m Expo Passport Prize Drawing ............ Expo Hall 12:30 p.m Buyer’s Choice Awards ..................... Expo Hall 1:30–2 p.m. MERCHANDISE PLANNING
Expo Learning Theater: Top 10 Things You Need to Know About International Buying ............. Expo Learning Theater, Booth #723 on Expo Floor Speaker: Laura Murphy, The Preservation Society of Newport County Have you always wanted to increase your international product sources but haven’t known where to start? Take a break from shopping and join MSA member Laura Murphy as she goes through the most important things you need to know about buying merchandise outside the United States.
2–3 p.m. Cash Bar................................... Back of Expo Hall Wind down from a busy shopping day with a beverage as we wrap up the Expo.
3–6:45 p.m. Off-Site Learning Experience: TASCHEN Store Beverly Hills TIC KET
TICKETED EVENT. NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION.
Are you looking for ways to take your book sales to the next level? Join us as we learn the secrets to success of the TASCHEN brand. Upon arrival, you’ll be greeted by a TASCHEN Store representative and some light refreshments, followed by a tour of the bookstore where you’ll hear what makes their store unique and successful in this popular category. The bus will depart the Los Angeles Convention Center at 3 p.m. and return to the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel at 6:45 p.m.
3:15–4:15 p.m. Closing Keynote Session—The Loyalty Switch: How to Make Anyone Loyal to You and Your Store ................................ Room 515B Speaker: James Kane In this fascinating and highly entertaining presentation, James Kane takes his audience on a journey into the human brain and explains the secret to building and maintaining loyal relationships. Supported by more than 40 years of Harvard University research, James will make the case that human beings have a fundamental need to be loyal and actively seek out the specific clues from others that tell them when they can and should be. When an organization, as well as an individual, is able to understand and demonstrate those loyalty-building behaviors, they can develop relationships that will last a lifetime and result in unwavering and unlimited support.
4:15–4:45 p.m. Wrap-up and Final Afternoon Networking with Snacks ......................... Foyer of Room 515B
FREE EXHIBITOR BREAKFAST
isit PartnerShip in Booth #633 to get a free breakfast voucher (exhibitors only). Valid in West Hall A in the Los Angeles Convention Center for either Sunday, April 14, 2013, or Monday, April 15, 2013, only. Don’t delay—only a limited number of vouchers will be available!
EXPO FLOOR PLAN
Expo Learning Theater
BUYER’S CHOICE AWARDS FINALISTS
ast your ballot on Sunday, April 14, for the MSA Buyer’s Choice Awards in Books & Multimedia, Custom Design, Eco-Friendly, Education & Games, Fashion and Paper Products. Your ballot can be found in your registration packet. Drop completed ballots off in the drum in the Expo Hall and be entered to win a drawing for one of the award-winning products. Votes will be tallied and the winner for each product category will be icon on the exhibitor listing to identify participating exhibitors. awarded on Monday, April 15, at 12:30 p.m. during the Expo. Look for the
BOOKS & MULTIMEDIA
EDUCATION & GAMES
POMEGRANATE | Booth #625 | “Charley Harper’s What’s in the Woods: A Nature Discovery Book” A rhyming narrative introduces youngsters to a wealth of individual creatures, all of which can be found in Harper’s “Birducopia” fold-out page at the end.
EDC PUBLISHING/USBORNE/KANE MILLER Booth #603 | Optical Illusions Tin Amazing optical illusions inside a fun activity tin. Use the wipe-clean pen provided to make your own optical illusions.
RANDOM HOUSE INC. | Booth #534 | “Modern Art Desserts: Recipes for Cakes, Cookies, Confections, and Frozen Treats Based on Iconic Works of Art” Make edible masterpieces with pastry chef Caitlin Freeman’s collection of recipes inspired by works by Warhol, Kahlo and Matisse.
PIGMENT & HUE INC. | Booth #803 PUZZLE A•ROUND™ Monarch Butterfly 140-piece round puzzle ships flat and assembled. Customers can see the complexity and the full image of the puzzle at all times.
WAX WORKS VIDEO WORKS | Booth #724 “National Geographic 125 Years” DVD Collection National Geographic commemorates 125 years with this amazing 10-DVD collection showcasing the moments, the people and the discoveries that changed the world.
CUSTOM DESIGN DENEEN POTTERY | Booth #214 Handmade Logo Mug Our handmade mugs are lead free, food safe, and kiln fired to 2150ºF. Each is hand-thrown on a pottery wheel one-at-a-time! LIVE YOUR DREAM DESIGNS | Booth #10 Custom Greeting Cards These exquisite cards are created from a single sheet of cut and folded paper demanding a highly developed sense of form, space and design. THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART Booth #611 | William Morris – Set of 6 Domed Magnets Our beautiful magnets feature details from six Morris & Company designs in the Museum’s collection.
ECO-FRIENDLY BUDDHA BOARD INC. | Booth #226 Buddha Board The Original Buddha Board is a reusable art canvas where watery brush strokes manifest your creativity and then evaporate so you can start anew! SMART GLASS | Booth #7 Recycled Bottle Glass Necklace Empty beer, wine and soda bottles are cut and fired, transforming them into beautiful works of U.S.A.made wearable art with a great eco-story. SOLMATE SOCKS | Booth #323 Mismatched Socks Mismatched socks for adults, kids and babies. Knit in the U.S.A. with recycled cotton yarn, these are a unique gift for everyone on your list.
RED FISH TOYS | Booth #112 Dinosaur Alphabet Puzzle As all the Red Fish puzzles, Dinosaur Alphabet Puzzle is hand-crafted in Sri Lanka of solid rubber wood and non-toxic paints.
FASHION KJK JEWELRY INC. BY KATHERINE J. KORNBLAU | Booth #602 | Stained Glass Gem This dazzling necklace, inspired by stained glass windows, uses seemingly random shapes to create a stunning unified statement. NOMONET | Booth #111 | Forest Fairy – Flower Fairy Earrings Vintage brass filigree has been antiqued, hand-painted and layered to resemble petals and accented with crystals to create unique flower earrings hanging on secure lever-backs. VERRE BY JULIE BURTON | Booth #507 Quarante Triple Necklace Handmade glass and sterling silver, Verre by Julie Burton puts an end to the notion that glass is less. Simple is elegant, less is more.
PAPER PRODUCTS L.M. KARTENVERTRIEB & VERLAGS GMBH, GERMANY | Booth #401 | 3-D Postcard 3-D artists lenticular postcard with extreme deepness. This 3-D postcard is made with the newest technology and a brand new high-tech foil. MAGNOTE | Booth #531 | PIPEROID Build your own robot in 30 minutes with only scissors! PIPEROID paper robot kits are perfect gifts for both adults and kids. 20+ styles available. PERSEUS BOOKS GROUP | Booth #319 Paper Punk Toy Kit An innovative paper-based building toy that provides endless imaginative and creative play for all ages. Create paper toys with just a few simple folds!
EXHIBITORS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER 1000MUSEUMS INC. Booth # 430 Seattle, WA (425) 679-6099 Fax: (425) 679-6099 firstname.lastname@example.org www.1000museums.com Custom Products, Paper Products, Reproductions Brendan Burns, Stephen Del Prete, Martin Lawlor, Kristen Soderlind ACTIVE-ART Booth # 538 Miami, FL (305) 450-1730 email@example.com www.active-museum.com Custom Products, Multimedia, Reproductions ALAN WOFSY FINE ARTS Booth # 705 San Francisco, CA (415) 292-6500 Fax: (415) 292-6594 firstname.lastname@example.org www.art-books.com Books and Related, Reproductions, Souvenir/Promotional ALEX Booth # 719 Northvale, NJ (800) 666-2539 email@example.com www.alextoys.com Educational Products, Games and Toys Jessica Schoener, Grant Sentner ALFRED MUSIC Booth # 634 Van Nuys, CA (818) 891-5999 x235 Fax: (818) 830-6259 firstname.lastname@example.org www.alfred.com Books and Related, Educational Products, Multimedia ALLPORT EDITIONS Booth # 609 Portland, OR (503) 223-7268 Fax: (503) 223-9182 email@example.com www.allport.com Books and Related, Independent Artists, Paper Products Todd Getty, Mackenzie Jeans
AMBER BY VESSEL INC. Booth # 315 Smithsburg, MD (301) 824-4303 Fax: (301) 824-4499 firstname.lastname@example.org www.amberwholesale.com Jewelry Stephanie Parson, Kreysztof Stepien, Stephanie Stepien AMERICANA SOUVENIRS & GIFTS Booth # 216 Gettysburg, PA (717) 334-6251 Fax: (717) 334-9174 email@example.com www.americanasouvenirs.com Custom Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional Brenda Bowling, Kathy Scott, Brian Shultz AMUSEMINTS, LLC Booth # 141 Denver, CO (303) 292-6364 x100 Fax: (303) 292-6365 firstname.lastname@example.org www.amusemints.net Custom Products, Food, Souvenir/Promotional Monica Morado, Rosa Morado ANAMORPIX Booth # 736 Urbana, IL (217) 369-5993 Fax: (217) 383-0199 email@example.com www.anamorpix.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional Donald Barnhart, Teri Barnhart ANATOMOLOGY/DOPAMINE JEWELRY Booth # 403 South Pasadena, CA (626) 403-3842 firstname.lastname@example.org www.anatomology.com Custom Products, Home and Garden, Jewelry Lizeth Avila, Amy Sweetman
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ANCESTORS OF DOVER LTD. Booth # 100 Folkestone, Kent, United Kingdom +44 (0)1303 857200 Fax: +44 (0)1303 857201 email@example.com www.ancestors.co.uk Custom Products, Jewelry, Souvenir/Promotional Anne Humphrey-Smith, Michael Humphrey-Smith, Nick Humphrey-Smith ANUSCHKA HANDBAGS (THE BASU GROUP, INC) Booth # 632 North Brunswick, NJ (908) 517-9138 Fax: (908) 325-0436 firstname.lastname@example.org www.anuschkaleather.com Apparel, Custom Products, Fair Trade Buddy Wright, Jed Moore APPLEWOOD BOOKS Booth # 201 Carlisle, MA (978) 831-1030 Fax: (781) 271-0056 email@example.com www.awb.com Books and Related Sue Cabezas, Phil Zuckerman ARTEC EDUCATIONAL Booth # 320 Torrance, CA (310) 933-4719 Fax: (310) 933-4732 firstname.lastname@example.org www.artec-educational.com Games and Toys ARTGAME LTD Booth # 241 Henderson, NV (702) 558-3245 Fax: (702) 558-3247 email@example.com www.artgame.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional Chris Proversen, Gina Proversen ARTOBJECTS UNLIMITED INC. Booth # 621 New York, NY (212) 595-7122 Fax: (212) 595-5786 firstname.lastname@example.org www.artob.com Games and Toys, Jewelry, Multimedia Alexandra Franch, David Somlyo
ATLAS SCREEN PRINTING Booth # 330 Gainesville, FL (800) 456-5222 Fax: (352) 373-4975 email@example.com www.wildcotton.com Apparel, Custom Products Roy Berkelhammer, Cina Hodges AUSTRIA-SHOP Booth # 9 Vienna, Austria +0043-699-19477556 Fax: +0043-1-9477556 firstname.lastname@example.org www.austria-artshop.at Souvenir/Promotional AUTHENTIC CARDS, INC. Booth # 630 Santa Barbara, CA (805) 845-3600 Fax: (805) 845-9063 email@example.com www.authentic-cards.com Educational Products, Paper Products, Souvenir/Promotional Bill Hunt, Michal Schaffer BABALU INC. Booth # 108 Santa Barbara, CA (805) 963-8180 Fax: (805) 456-3613 firstname.lastname@example.org www.babaluinc.com Educational Products, Games and Toys Blair Everett BARRONâ€™S EDUCATIONAL SERIES INC. Booth # 217 Hauppauge, NY (631) 434-3311 Fax: (631) 434-3723 email@example.com www.barronseduc.com Books and Related, Educational Products Patrick Ewing, Jeff Goldman BASKETS OF CAMBODIA Booth # 227 Mountlake Terrace, WA (425) 778-8000 Fax: (425) 778-8800 firstname.lastname@example.org www.basketsofcambodia.com Custom Products, Fair Trade, Home and Garden Huy Lee
BEADFORLIFE Booth # 221 Boulder, CO (303) 554-5901 Fax: (303) 444-0462 email@example.com www.beadforlife.org Fair Trade, Jewelry, Recycled/Green Products Heather Hine
BILLCO INTERNATIONAL, INC. Booth # 810 Florham Park, NJ (973) 822-8442 x205 Fax: (973) 822-0271 firstname.lastname@example.org www.billcointl.com Custom Products, Souvenir/ Promotional Brandon Gottlieb
BOOKLOG Booth # 303 Chicago, IL (800) 977-8212 x224 Fax: (773) 275-8498 email@example.com www.booklog.com Books and Related, Store Ops & Supplies Gwen Fishbeck
BUDDHA BOARD INC. Booth # 226 Vancouver, BC, Canada (604) 709-5667 Fax: (604) 709-5652 firstname.lastname@example.org www.buddhaboard.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Recycled/Green Products Cory Blyth
BEDHEAD PAJAMAS Booth # 623 Los Angeles, CA (323) 634-0333 x101 Fax: (323) 634-0433 email@example.com www.bedheadpjs.com Apparel, Custom Products
BIO-RAD Booth # 233 Hercules, CA (510) 741-5853 Fax: (510) 741-4113 firstname.lastname@example.org www.explorer.bio-rad.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Jewelry Nicole Hamilton, Ingrid Miller
BRAIDED RIVER/ MOUNTAINEERS BOOKS Booth # 2 Seattle, WA (800) 553-4453 Fax: (206) 223-6306 customerservice@mountaineersbooks www.mountaineersbooks.org Books and Related Emily White
BUILT Booth # 104 New York, NY (212) 227-2044 Fax: (212) 227-8685 email@example.com www.builtny.com Food, Recycled/Green Products, Souvenir/Promotional Sonja Oaldon
BLUE ORANGE GAMES Booth # 209 San Francisco, CA (415) 252-0372 Fax: (415) 252-0369 firstname.lastname@example.org www.blueorangegames.com Educational Products, Games and Toys Florian Binet, Xavier Peyrussie
BRAINWRIGHT, A DIVISION OF CEACO Booth # 516 Newton, MA (617) 924-6006 Fax: (617) 969-1758 email@example.com www.ceaco.com Games and Toys Tony Sousa, Alison Yada
BUSINESS INNOVATIONS Booth # 441 Norcross, GA (770) 220-7788 Fax: (770) 242-8088 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bi-ww.com Custom Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional Erin Keller, Jenny Mayers, Alf Rhea
BLUE PEOPLE FAIR TRADE LTD/ ARTISAN LIFE Booth # 730 Silver City, NM (828) 506-7435 email@example.com www.bluepeoplefairtrade.com Fair Trade, Jewelry, Recycled/Green Products Lisa Zaslow, Pam Moorman
BREEKE AND COMPANY INC Booth # 709 Kearneysville, WV (304) 724-8751 Fax: (304) 724-8830 firstname.lastname@example.org www.breeke.com Apparel, Custom Products Alicia Klein, Sandra Phillips
C & H GLASSWORKS Booth # 134 Lakewood, CO (303) 274-0643 email@example.com www.chglassworks.com Home and Garden, Independent Artists Horace Marlowe, Corey Silverman
BRELLAS ‘N FANS Booth # 135 Long Beach, CA (562) 761-5413 Fax: (562) 621-9511 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brellasnfans.com Independent Artists, Paper Products, Recycled/Green Products Jim Herring, Jaruayporn Luechai
CAPSCO, INC. Booth # 717 College Park, MD (301) 614-3333 x104 Fax: (301) 614-9600 email@example.com www.capsco-inc.com Custom Products, Educational Products, Souvenir/Promotional Terri Beard, Courtney Cheney
BRIDGE BRANDS CHOCOLATE Booth # 121 San Francisco, CA (888) 732-4626 Fax: (415) 362-2080 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bridgebrandschocolate.com Custom Products, Food, Souvenir/ Promotional Jack Abrohms
CARDBOARD SAFARI Booth # 631 Charlotesville, VA (877) 895-9453 Fax: (877) 895-9453 email@example.com www.cardboardsafari.com Home and Garden, Paper Products, Recycled/Green Products Scott Jessee
BEDOL INTERNATIONAL GROUP INC. Booth # 334 Claremont, CA (909) 626-0388 Fax: (909) 626-4858 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bedol.com Games and Toys, Home and Garden, Recycled/Green Products Keri Bedol, Mark Bedol BEGINAGAIN Booth # 523 Fort Collins, CO (970) 372-0522 Fax: (970) 797-1295 email@example.com www.beginagaintoys.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Recycled/Green Products Aubrie Robinson, Iris Solomon BETTER WORLD ARTS Booth # 703 Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia +61 8 82403373 firstname.lastname@example.org
BEYOND123 LLC Booth # 503 Stony Brook, NY (631) 285-1135 Fax: (631) 285-1192 email@example.com www.beyond123.com Games and Toys, Home and Garden, Souvenir/Promotional Kathleen Milne, Frank Yang
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BLUNT USA LLC Booth # 418 San Francisco, CA (415) 689-4862 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bluntusa.com Apparel, Custom Products, Souvenir/Promotional BOEING STORES INC. Booth # 525 Seattle, WA (206) 544-4915 Fax: (425) 865-4087 email@example.com Apparel, Custom Products, Games and Toys Trent Henderson, James Moe, Bobbi Stephens, Csilla Yee
EXHIBITORS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER CAROLYN SCHLAM STUDIO Booth # 1 Taos, NM (575) 751-3751 firstname.lastname@example.org www.carolynschlam.com Independent Artists, Jewelry, Reproductions Carolyn Schlam CASEMATE PUBLISHERS/ DAVID BROWN BOOK COMPANY Booth # 130 Havertown, PA (610) 853-9131 Fax: (610) 853-9146 email@example.com www.casematepublishers.com Books and Related Michaela Goff, Sean Johnston
CHINA STAR (USA) LTD. Booth # 224 Prineville, OR (541) 233-4001 Fax: (800) FAX-PLUS firstname.lastname@example.org www.chinastarusa.com Custom Products, Home and Garden, Jewelry Christopher Carroll, Geoffrey Carroll, Jessica Carroll, Jamie Chu CHOPSTICK ART Booth # 739 Eugene, OR (916) 760-4188 Fax: (916) 760-4188 email@example.com www.chopstickart.com Home and Garden, Recycled/ Green Products
CELESTIAL BUDDIES, LLC Booth # 114 Guilford, CT (203) 415-0313 Fax: (203) 776-3965 firstname.lastname@example.org www.celestialbuddies.com Educational Products, Games and Toys Bonnie McHale, Jon Silbert
CHRISTINAâ€™S WORLD INC. Booth # 806 Deer Park, NY (631) 242-9664 Fax: (631) 586-1918 email@example.com www.christinasworld.com Custom Products, Home and Garden, Souvenir/Promotional Christina Mallouk
THE CHARLESTON MINT Booth # 407 Brevard, NC (828) 883-8988 Fax: (828)8839543 firstname.lastname@example.org www.thecharlestonmint.com Custom Products, Reproductions, Souvenir/Promotional Graham Neiman
CIAO BELLA JEWELRY INC. Booth # 535 Pittsburgh, PA (412) 818-7271 Fax: (630) 733-6905 email@example.com www.ciaobellawholesale.com Custom Products, Independent Artists, Jewelry Shari Coyne, Michelle VanBibber
CHEMART CO. Booth # 419 Lincoln, RI (401) 333-9200 Fax: (401) 333-1634 firstname.lastname@example.org www.chemart.com Custom Products, Jewelry, Souvenir/Promotional Jackie Camara, Adam Newman
CLAY COMPANY/TOTE & ABLE Booth # 435 Santa Rosa, CA (707) 542-1423 Fax: (707) 527-8906 email@example.com www.clay-company.com Custom Products, Home and Garden, Recycled/Green Products Ken Cramer, Michel Stong
CHIHULY WORKSHOP Booth # 641 Seattle, WA (206) 297-1304 Fax: (206) 297-6207 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ChihulyWorkshop.com Books and Related, Games and Toys, Independent Artists Jacob Burd, Jodie Nelson
CLEAR SOLUTIONS INC. Booth # 702 Hinsdale, NH (603) 256-6644 Fax: (603) 256-8057 email@example.com www.cleardisplays.com Books and Related, Custom Products, Store Ops & Supplies Joan Buttrick, Roger Wilken
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CLIPA Booth # 240 Irvine, CA (949) 680-3434 Fax: (949) 680-3435 firstname.lastname@example.org www.clipa.us Custom Products, Jewelry, Souvenir/Promotional Mike Sweeney, Trish Sweeney COATT Booth # 304 Los Angeles, CA (503) 422-5524 email@example.com www.coattonline.com Books and Related, Jewelry, Paper Products Rebecca Coagan, Samantha Coagan COSA NOVA Booth # 738 Marina Del Ray, CA (310) 822-4976 Fax: (310) 5782012 firstname.lastname@example.org www.cosa-nova.com Educational Products, Home and Garden, Souvenir/Promotional COSMIC ANT Booth # 640 San Marcos, CA (760) 510-8012 Fax: (760) 510-8022 email@example.com www.collectabells.com Custom Products Kathy Beneux, Judy Lopez THE COURTNEY COLLECTION Booth # 305 San Francisco, CA (415) 409-5757 Fax: (415) 409-5757 firstname.lastname@example.org www.thecourtneycollection.com Apparel, Home and Garden, Jewelry CREATIVE PEWTER DESIGNS Booth # 804 Bremerton, WA (360) 620-3460 Fax: (360) 881-0723 email@example.com www.wildlifepins.com Custom Products, Independent Artists, Jewelry Les Douglas, Kim Sharon
CREATIVE ZONE LLC Booth # 110 Glendale, CA (888) 784-6624 Fax: (888) 584-6624 firstname.lastname@example.org www.goobi.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional CTM GROUP DBA THE PENNYMEN Booth # 331 Salem, NH (603) 327-0087 x63 Fax: (603) 327-0055 www.ctmgroupinc.com Souvenir/Promotional Bill Boyk CUT MAPS Booth # 8 Elkton, VA (513) 252-5200 email@example.com www.cutmaps.com Custom Products, Independent Artists, Souvenir/Promotional Dan Linden D M MERCHANDISING Booth # 107 Elmhurst, IL (630) 782-2700 Fax: (630) 833-1230 firstname.lastname@example.org www.247DM.com Apparel, Jewelry, Souvenir/Promotional David Marks, John Mauck, Mike Schumer DARON WORLDWIDE TRADING INC. Booth # 614 Fairfield, NJ (800) 776-2324 Fax: (973) 882-8322 email@example.com www.daronwwt.com Games and Toys, Souvenir/ Promotional Tiffany Funston, Gene McKeown DAVID CHANDLER CO. Booth # 219 Eastlake, CO (800) 516-9756 Fax: (720) 285-1924 firstname.lastname@example.org Educational Products Billie Chandler, Dita Darrah
DAVID HOWELL AND CO. Booth # 200 Bedford Hills, NY (914) 666-4080 Fax: (914) 666-2721 email@example.com www.davidhowell.com Custom Products, Jewelry, Souvenir/Promotional David Howell, Jeanne May THE DDR GROUP Booth # 805 Studio City, CA (877) 232-4593 Fax: (267) 373-5183 firstname.lastname@example.org www.myflipperusa.com Custom Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional Romesh Fernando, Shelanee Fernando DELUX HATS Booth # 718 Toronto, ON, Canada (800) 865-5975 x 201 Fax: (416) 536-1565 email@example.com www.knitwits.com Apparel, Custom Products, Games and Toys Liza Acheson, Stephen Acheson, Rachel Rozen, David Setka DENEEN POTTERY Booth # 214 Saint Paul, MN (888) 646-0238 Fax: (651) 646-8605 firstname.lastname@example.org www.deneenpottery.com Custom Products, Souvenir/ Promotional Niles Deneen, Peter Deneen DESERT DESIGNS Booth # 314 Bala Cynwyd, PA (215) 634-2222 Fax: (215) 634-2233 email@example.com Home and Garden, Recycled/ Green Products, Reproductions Duke Dunne, Jill Ervals
DESIGN MASTER ASSOCIATES INC. Booth # 316 Toano, VA (800) 322-7583 Fax: (757) 566-8400 firstname.lastname@example.org www.designmasters.com Custom Products, Reproductions, Souvenir/Promotional Julie Collins, Cathy Couture, Karen Ulfers
DIANE O’DONNEL CONTEMPORARY DESIGNS Booth # 239 Buffalo, NY (716) 863-5200 Fax: (716) 568-8458 email@example.com www.dianeodonnel.com Home and Garden, Jewelry, Reproductions Jens Menke, Diane O’Donnel DIBBLE & DIBBLE Booth # 120 Novato, CA (415) 382-6500 Fax: (415) 382-6595 firstname.lastname@example.org www.dibble2.com Custom Products, Souvenir/ Promotional Anna Dibble, Myah Frazer, Kristin Tolbert DISCOVERIES EGYPTIAN IMPORTS Booth # 400 Longmont, CO (303) 532-4595 Fax: (703) 823-9415 email@example.com www.egyptianimports.com Educational Products, Paper Products, Reproductions Jessica Audet, Donald Burns, Steve Collins E&M LABS INC. Booth # 827 Mountain View, CA (650) 423-2152 Fax: (650) 434-3783 firstname.lastname@example.org www.em-labs.com Games and Toys EAGLE CREST INC. Booth # 115 Jacksonville, FL (904) 786-8013 Fax: (904) 781-2550 email@example.com www.eaglecrest.com Apparel, Custom Products, Souvenir/Promotional Paul Becksmith
EARTH SUN MOON TRADING CO. Booth # 232 Grove City, PA (888) 458-1687 Fax: (724) 458-4920 firstname.lastname@example.org www.esmtees.com Apparel, Custom Products, Recycled/Green Products Kellon Thames EAST WEST DISCOVERY PRESS Booth # 731 Manhattan Beach, CA (310) 545-3730 Fax: (310) 545-3731 email@example.com www.eastwestdiscovery.com Books and Related, Custom Products, Educational Products Icy Smith EDC PUBLISHING/USBORNE/ KANE MILLER Booth # 603 Tulsa, OK (800) 475-4522 Fax: (800) 743-5660 firstname.lastname@example.org www.edcpub.com Books and Related, Educational Products, Games and Toys Aprille Krah EDUSTIC, INC. Booth # 802 San Diego, CA (858) 578-5668 Fax: (858) 578-9620 email@example.com www.edustic.com Educational Products, Games and Toys Athalean Gee, Chris Hendrickson EEBOO Booth # 815 New York, NY (212) 222-0823 firstname.lastname@example.org www.eeboo.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Paper Products Cait Kennedy, Emily Levitt ENCHANTED IMPORTS Booth # 414 Denver, CO (505) 780-1200 Fax: (270) 717-6637 email@example.com www.myenchantedimports.com Jewelry Alexis Nefzger
ENI PUZZLES Booth # 616 Astoria, NY (646) 808-7192 Fax: (646) 201-4415 firstname.lastname@example.org www.enipuzzles.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional EunYoung Sebazco, Tom Sebazco ERDA Booth # 133 Cambridge, ME (207) 277-5115 Fax: (207) 277-3040 email@example.com www.erdaleather.com Apparel, Independent Artists Pahi Dowse, Ellen Horwitz, Linda Shapiro FIONA ACCESSORIES/LINPENG INTERNATIONAL INC. Booth # 122 Ontario, CA (909) 923-9881 Fax: (909) 923-9875 firstname.lastname@example.org www.fionaaccesories.com Jewelry Jimmy Lin FIREFLY BOOKS LTD. Booth # 502 Richmond Hill, ON, Canada (416) 499-8412 Fax: (416) 499-1142 email@example.com www.fireflybooks.com Books and Related, Educational Products, Home and Garden Parisa Michailidis FLASH-PACK CARDS INC. Booth # 139 Simsbury, CT (860) 651-5552 Fax: (860) 651-5553 firstname.lastname@example.org www.flash-pack.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional Peter Chatigny, Stacey Savin
DAVID CHANGAR Booth # 530 New York, NY (718) 842-6362 Fax: (718) 842-6965 email@example.com www.davidchangar.com Custom Products, Independent Artists, Reproductions David Changar, Cara Tucker
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EXHIBITORS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER THE FLIPFLOP RECYCLING COMPANY Booth # 716 Nairobi, Kenya +254727531301 firstname.lastname@example.org www.theffrc.com Educational Products, Fair Trade, Recycled/Green Products Alan Ceppos, Rachel Drew, Bess Hagans FLIPTOMANIA INC. Booth # 608 Berkeley, CA (888) 396-5849 Fax: (510) 526-0308 email@example.com www.fliptomania.com Books and Related, Educational Products, Games and Toys FOCUS ON SOUVENIRS Booth # 327 San Clemente, CA (800) 269-5291 Fax: (949) 369-7957 firstname.lastname@example.org www.focusonsouvenirs.com Custom Products, Recycled/Green Products, Souvenir/Promotional Kathie Simpson, Kevin Wilson FOLKMANIS INC. Booth # 601 Emeryville, CA (800) 654-8922 Fax: (510) 654-7756 email@example.com www.folkmanis.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional Dan Folkmanis, Mark Mino, Dez Valdez FOTOFOLIO/ARTPOST Booth # 500 New York, NY (212) 226-0923 Fax: (212) 226-0072 www.fotofolio.com Books and Related, Games and Toys, Paper Products Juliett Galant, Amanda Tseng FOUND IMAGE PRESS Booth # 615 San Diego, CA (800) 927-3722 Fax: (619) 282-4562 firstname.lastname@example.org www.foundimage.com Custom Products, Paper Products, Reproductions Barry Bell, Sally Bell, Ed Torres
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FRENCH ARTIST CLUB Booth # 207 Oakland, CA Fax: (866) 767-4432 email@example.com www.frenchartistclub.com Home and Garden, Independent Artists, Paper Products Karen Tobin, Chantal Wilson
GALLERY NEEDLEPOINT (DBA GALLERY STUDIO DESIGNS) Booth # 814 Corona Del Mar, CA (949) 636-2045 firstname.lastname@example.org www.galleryneedlepoint.com Custom Products, Home and Garden, Independent Artists
GOLDEN ISLAND INTL. INC. Booth # 638 Los Angeles, CA (213) 622-4179 Fax: (213) 622-5036 email@example.com www.goldenisland.biz Games and Toys, Jewelry, Souvenir/Promotional
FROM WAR TO PEACE Booth # 823 San Luis Obispo, CA (905) 545-0383 firstname.lastname@example.org www.fromwartopeace.com Home and Garden, Jewelry, Recycled/Green Products
GEM GUIDES BOOK CO. Booth # 236 Upland, CA (800) 824-5118 Fax: (626) 855-1610 email@example.com www.gemguidesbooks.com Books and Related, Educational Products Nancy Fox, Michael Moran
GOODY GOODY Booth # 215 Richmond, CA (510) 237-7994 Fax: (510) 237-7996 firstname.lastname@example.org www.goodygoodyshoes.com Apparel, Custom Products, Home and Garden Laura Holmes, Sarah Marquez
GENERAL PENCIL CO. INC. Booth # 218 Jersey City, NV (650) 369-4889 Fax: (650) 369-7169 email@example.com www.generalpencil.com Educational Products Kristin Barrett
THE GREEN RUBBER TOY CO. Booth # 411 Sacramento, CA (916) 475-2550 firstname.lastname@example.org www.greenrubbertoys.com Games and Toys, Recycled/Green Products Anthony Falsca, Lou Papaleo
GHIRARDELLI CHOCOLATE Booth # 821 San Leandro, CA (510) 772-7829 Fax: (209) 982-9553 email@example.com www.ghirardelli.com Food Amy Brading
HARSHITA DESIGNS INC. Booth # 404 Yardley, PA (267) 207-5121 Fax: (866) 220-1102 firstname.lastname@example.org www.harshitadesigns.com Apparel, Custom Products, Independent Artist Harshita Lohia, Mayank Bansal
FULLART PERĂš Booth # 610 San Isidro, Lima, Peru (511) 264-4087 Fax: (511) 264-4087 email@example.com www.fullartperu.com Apparel, Custom Products, Fair Trade Augusta Barreda, Claudia Polar FUNNYBONE TOYS LLC Booth # 639 Denver, CO (855) 386-2663 Fax: (855) 332-9669 firstname.lastname@example.org www.funnybonetoys.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Jewelry Ewa Martinoff, Julien Sharp GALISON/MUDPUPPY Booth # 128 New York, NY (212) 354-8840 Fax: (212) 391-4037 email@example.com www.galison.com Custom Products, Educational Products, Paper Products Dave Ehrlich, Lauren Melnick, Bill Miller GALLERY COLLECTION Booth # 203 San Marcos, CA (310) 927-2552 Fax: (310) 441-4486 firstname.lastname@example.org Apparel, Custom Products, Souvenir/Promotional Lynn Perez, Christina Solomon-Adams
GIFTWORKS PLUS Booth # 310 Waukesha, WI (949) 650-0387 Fax: (949) 650-6368 email@example.com www.giftworksplus.com Custom Products Rosemarie Barbatti, Margaret Hatfield GLOB Booth # 733 Berkeley, CA (510) 227-6174 Fax: (510) 295-2709 firstname.lastname@example.org www.globcolors.com Games and Toys, Home and Garden, Recycled/Green Products Ashley Phelps
HERITAGE METALWORKS INC. Booth # 431 Chandler, AZ (800) 336-0829 Fax: (866) 488-8662 email@example.com www.pewter.com Custom Products, Home and Garden, Souvenir/Promotional Stephen Smallridge, Teresa Smallridge HISTORIC URBAN PLANS INC. Booth # 238 Ithaca, NY (607) 272-6277 Fax: (607) 272-6278 firstname.lastname@example.org www.historicurbanplans.com Educational Products, Paper Products, Reproductions Julee Johnson
HISTORY TO A TEE Booth # 3 Brooklyn, NY (917) 520-9338 email@example.com www.historytoatee.com Apparel, Custom Products, Educational Products Melissa Goldstein, Jane Yedmans HOGEYE INC. Booth # 722 Fayetteville, AR (800) 464-3936 Fax: (479) 300-6173 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hogeye.com Custom Products, Jewelry, Souvenir/Promotional Matt McCain, Jesse Sells ICON Booth # 325 Palm Desert, CA (503) 809-9335 Fax: (503) 296-2711 email@example.com www.iconshoes.com Apparel, Souvenir/Promotional IDEALS PUBLICATIONS Booth # 211 Nashville, TN (615) 781-1440 Fax: (615) 781-1447 firstname.lastname@example.org www.idealsbooks.com Books and Related, Educational Products, Games and Toys IMAGE EXCHANGE Booth # 230 Brooklyn, NY (310) 393-5882 Fax: (212) 257-7074 Darren@Imageexchange.com www.imageexchange.com Consultants Awilda Jimenez, Darren Kornblut, John LaFleur
INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS GROUP Booth # 101 Chicago, IL (312) 337-0747 Fax: (312) 337-1807 email@example.com www.ipgbook.com Books and Related, Educational Products, Multimedia Kevin Siegel
JAPANESE GIFT MARKET (CLEVER IDIOTS INC.) Booth # 409 Los Angeles, CA (800) 892-2816 Fax: (213) 402-5605 firstname.lastname@example.org www.japanesegiftmarket.com Home and Garden, Paper Products, Souvenir/Promotional Atsushi Miyamoto, Sei Sasaki
INDY PLUSH Booth # 811 Marina Del Rey, CA (310) 902-1651 email@example.com www.indyplush.com Apparel, Games and Toys, Recycled/Green Products Plinio Garcia, Franceic Masi, Josh Rhodes, Andrew Ruesch
JDS SOLUTIONS CORP. Booth # 410 Carlsbad, CA (760) 692-4235 Fax: (760) 579-4987 firstname.lastname@example.org www.winretail.com Store Ops & Supplies Dan Friedman, Jeff Weingrad
INGRAM CONTENT GROUP Booth # 402 La Vergne, TN (800) 937-8000 email@example.com www.ingramcontent.com Books and Related, Games and Toys, Paper Products Sandy Hernandez, Judy Witt JACARTE Booth # 333 Valencia, CA (661) 373-1103 Fax: (866) 887-8640 firstname.lastname@example.org www.jacarte.com Custom Products, Home and Garden, Souvenir/Promotional JACKSON PACIFIC INC. Booth # 541 Wilsonville, OR (503) 685-9181 Fax: (503) 685-9494 email@example.com www.jacksonpacific.com Souvenir/Promotional Judy Hill, Gladys Pettit JANET EGAN DESIGN Booth # 308 South Dartmouth, MA (774) 202-2190 Fax: (774) 202-2149 firstname.lastname@example.org www.janetegandesign.com Apparel Janet Egan, Rebecca Perry
JOOLZ HAYWORTH LLC Booth # 4 Los Angeles, CA (323) 892-0656 Fax: (323) 372-3795 email@example.com www.joolzhayworth.com Custom Products, Jewelry, Souvenir/Promotional Jennifer Flatow, Portia Iverson JOSH BACH LIMITED Booth # 301 New York, NY (212) 964-5419 Fax: (212) 964-5470 firstname.lastname@example.org www.joshbach.com Apparel, Custom Products, Home and Garden Thomas Caruso, Joshua Bach JULIE FELDMAN DESIGNS Booth # 336 Los Angeles, CA (310) 600-8056 email@example.com www.juliefeldmandesigns.com Apparel, Custom Products, Independent Artists Julie Feldman, John Gabree KALEIDESCAPES BY LAGRAVE DESIGNS Booth # 714 Kenmore, WA (321) 427-9238 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lagravedesigns.com Custom Products, Independent Artists, Souvenir/Promotional Dawn LeGrave, Gina McCauley
KAMIBASHI ASIAN ART Booth # 510 Leicester, NC (828) 683-7994 Fax: (864) 751-5744 email@example.com www.kamibashi.com Custom Products, Fair Trade, Paper Products Chris Daniels, Kristen Daniels KAPAN–KENT CO. INC. Booth # 533 Oceanside, CA (760) 631-1716 Fax: (760) 631-2729 firstname.lastname@example.org www.kapankent.com Custom Products, Souvenir/ Promotional KAVITA – PAINTED SILKS Booth # 326 Saratoga, CA (408) 867-6795 Fax: (408) 867-2321 email@example.com Apparel Kavita Singh, TJ Singh KJK JEWELRY INC. Booth # 602 New York, NY (212) 244-4433 Fax: (212) 244-5599 firstname.lastname@example.org www.kjkjewelry.com Custom Products, Independent Artists, Jewelry Jen Franke, Helen Kornblau, Katherine Kornblau, Matt Susskind L. HUTCHCROFT DESIGN Booth # 222 Paso Robles, CA (805) 403-0519 email@example.com www.lhutchcroftdesign.com Independent Artists, Jewelry Linda Clark,Laura Hutchcroft L.M. KARTENVERTRIEB & VERLAGS GMBH, GERMANY Booth # 401 Berlin, Germany +49 (0)30 893 0328 Fax: +49 (0)30 893 0427 firstname.lastname@example.org www.postcard-online.com Paper Products Helmut Gendrich, Michael Hartfelder
THE HISTORY PRESS Booth # 537 Charleston, SC (843) 577-5971 Fax: (843) 577-6712 email@example.com www.historypress.net Books and Related Magan Thomas, Frank Travell
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EXHIBITORS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER L.W. BRISTOL CLASSICS Booth # 636 Bristol, TN (423) 968-7777 Fax: (423) 968-2177 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lwbristol.com Custom Products, Souvenir/ Promotional Barry Dutton, Toni Pappas
LIGHTWAVE LASER Booth # 432 Santa Rosa, CA (707) 566-2116 Fax: (800) 716-2102 email@example.com www.lightwavelaser.com Custom Products, Home and Garden, Souvenir/Promotional Wendy Alton, Kathrine Headric
LAMCRAFT INC. Booth # 715 Lee’s Summit, MO (816) 795-5505 Fax: (816) 795-8310 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lamcraft.com Custom Products, Educational Products, Souvenir/Promotional Rick Gentry, Barbara Hohenstein
LIVE YOUR DREAM DESIGNS Booth # 10 Los Angeles, CA (323) 226-0274 Fax: (323) 226-0274 email@example.com www.liveyourdreamdesigns.com Custom Products, Paper Products, Souvenir/Promotional Joyce Aysta
LEIMOMI PEARLS, LLC Booth # 734 Portland, OR (503) 358-9674 firstname.lastname@example.org www.leimomipearls.com Custom Products, Jewelry
LIZA SHTROMBERG JEWELRY Booth # 234 Los Angeles, CA (323) 913-1444 Fax: (323) 913-1427 email@example.com www.lizashtromberg.com Jewelry Liza Shtromberg
LEONARDO’S DOGS Booth # 707 Los Angeles, CA (818) 646-3011 Fax: (818) 754-7740 firstname.lastname@example.org www.leonardosdogs.com Home and Garden, Paper Products Jennifer Miller LIBERTY GRAPHICS Booth # 701 Liberty, ME (800) 338-0015 Fax: (207) 589-4415 email@example.com www.lgtees.com Apparel, Recycled/Green Products Jeff Lord,Tom Opper LIFE PLUS STYLE LTD Booth # 341 New York, NY (212) 687-0333 Fax: (212) 687-2046 firstname.lastname@example.org Books and Related, Custom Products, Home and Garden Michael Ouellette
LMD ENTERPRISES Booth # 324 Seattle, WA (206) 264-2316 Fax: (206) 264-2326 email@example.com www.lmdgames.com Educational Products, Games and Toys Derek Chinn, Lynn Young LONDON MANORI Booth # 637 Los Angeles, CA (213) 926-5954 firstname.lastname@example.org www.londonmanori.com Custom Products, Independent Artist, Jewelry A LOST ART Booth # 514 Beverly Hills, CA (323) 930-0278 Fax: (323) 651-2345 email@example.com www.alostart.com Games and Toys, Independent Artists, Recycled/Green Products David Meller, Sam Meller
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LYNX PROMOTIONS Booth # 103 Dover, MA (508) 785-8321 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lynxpromo.com Apparel, Custom Products, Souvenir/Promotional Steve Bohn, Debra Glanz
MCGAW GRAPHICS INC. Booth # 519 East Dorset, VT (800) 221-4813 Fax: (802) 549-5463 email@example.com www.mcgawgraphics.com Custom Products Michael Katz
M.P. BARCELONA INC. Booth # 223 Brooklyn, NY (718) 387-4332 Fax: (718) 387-4322 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mpbarcelona.net Custom Products, Recycled/Green Products, Souvenir/Promotional
MERIDIAN JEWELRY & DESIGN Booth # 504 Oakland, CA (510) 428-2095 Fax: (510) 428-1392 email@example.com www.meridianjewelrydesign.com Jewelry Leslie Bowers, Lynn Olander
MAGNOTE Booth # 531 Fremont, CA (415) 935-1147 Fax: (510) 225-1778 firstname.lastname@example.org www.magnote.com Games and Toys, Paper Products, Recycled/Green Products Shinya Fujimoto, John McCoy MARMOL RADZINER Booth # 619 Los Angeles, CA (310) 826-6222 Fax: (310) 826-6226 email@example.com www.marmolradzinerjewelry.com Games and Toys, Home and Garden, Jewelry Sonia Huang, Mclanie Mabugat, Karen Radziner, LeeAnn Suen MATA ORTIZ TO YOU Booth # 206 Marana, AZ (520) 744-0639 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mataortiztoyou.com Fair Trade, Jewelry, Recycled/ Green Products Ashley Brandt, Jan Diers, Victoria Martino MATHEMAESTHETICS INC. Booth # 706 Boulder, CO (303) 440-0707 email@example.com www.mathemaesthetics.com Apparel, Independent Artists Doug McKenna
THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART Booth # 611 New York, NY (212) 570-3844 Fax: (212) 570-3720 firstname.lastname@example.org Jewelry, Paper Products, Reproductions Kristin Magnuson, Nick Montana, Buster Seccia, Mimi Tribble MODERN-TWIST Booth # 126 Emeryville, CA (510) 531-2100 Fax: (510) 992-0400 www.modern-twist.com Custom Products, Games and Toys, Recycled/Green Products MOMADIC Booth # 338 Sioux Falls, SD (888) 269-0036 Fax: (605) 335-1537 email@example.com www.momadic.com Custom Products, Recycled/Green Products, Souvenir/Promotional Scott Viessman, Tricia Viessman MON BIJOU Booth # 819 West Lake Village, CA (818) 706-2857 Fax: (818) 706-1507 firstname.lastname@example.org Jewelry Suzy Arbaut, Lauren Wolman
MUSEUM STORE PRODUCTS INC. Booth # 440 Hackettstown, NJ (800) 966-7040 Fax: (908) 852-5118 email@example.com www.museumstoreproducts.com Custom Products, Reproductions, Souvenir/Promotional Beirne Donaldson, Jemima Haddock, Wood Huntley, Peter Irwin MYSTERIUM COLLECTION Booth # 809 Las Vegas, NV (702) 737-1800 Fax: (702) 871-6004 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mysteriumcollection.com Jewelry NATIONAL DESIGN LLC Booth # 405 San Diego, CA (800) 366-7367 Fax: (858) 674-4120 email@example.com www.nationaldesign.com Custom Products, Paper Products, Souvenir/Promotional Desiree Hoffman NCR CORPORATION Booth # 818 Alphaetta, TN (901) 681-2800 Fax: (901) 681-2803 www.ncr.com Store Ops & Supplies Destyne Reyes, Julie Slack, Andee Williamson NOMONET Booth # 111 Ventura, CA (866) 327-9525 Fax: (805) 644-6979 firstname.lastname@example.org www.nomonet.com Custom Products, Jewelry Steph King, Tom Wilkes
NOUVELLES IMAGES Booth # 635 Danbury, CT (800) 345-1383 Fax: (800) 525-5969 email@example.com www.nouvellesimagesusa.com Custom Products, Paper Products NOVODECO LLC Booth # 606 San Francisco, CA (415) 533-7373 firstname.lastname@example.org www.novodeco.com Custom Products, Independent Artists, Jewelry Perrin Lam ODYSSEY MARKETING Booth # 741 Miami, FL (305) 933-4480 Fax: (305) 974-1761 email@example.com www.odysseytoys.com Games and Toys, Souvenir/ Promotional OLD WORLD ARTISANS INTERNATIONAL Booth # 205 Dahlonega, GA (800) 975-2391 firstname.lastname@example.org www.oldworldartisansint.com Apparel, Custom Products, Home and Garden Joanne Lehmkuhl OLE PERU IMPORTS Booth # 116 Torrence, CA (310) 328-3210 Fax: (310) 328-5510 email@example.com www.oleperu.net Fair Trade Edilberto de la Cruz, Yesenia Lopez, Yeni Munoz, Ana Sussman OLLIN-ARM CANDY Booth # 726 Eatontown, NJ (732) 460-1900 x15 Fax: (732) 460-1944 firstname.lastname@example.org www.nahuiollin.com Custom Products, Recycled/ Green Products, Souvenir/ Promotional Patricia Melendrez,Terry Melendrez
OZONE DESIGN INC. Booth # 617 New York, NY (212) 563-2990 x205 Fax: (212) 563-3775 email@example.com www.ozonesocks.com Apparel, Souvenir/Promotional Bjorn Delacruz PAINTBOX PRESS Booth # 317 New York, NY (212) 878-6610 Fax: (212) 202-6157 firstname.lastname@example.org www.paintboxpress.com Books and Related, Custom Products, Educational Products Heather Pease, Pamela Pease PARI Booth # 437 San Mateo, CA (650) 347-9511 Fax: (650) 357-9611 email@example.com www.paridesigns.com Home and Garden, Paper Products, Recycled/Green Products PARLI-CARDS (A DIV. OF PRACTICAL STRATEGIES, INC.) Booth # 521 West Bend, WI (262) 334-1821 Fax: (262) 334-1823 firstname.lastname@example.org www.parlicards.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional Mary Jo Joyce, Frank Tarantino PARTNERSHIP Booth # 633 Cleveland, OH (800) 599-2902 Fax: (800) 439-8913 email@example.com www.partnership.com Store Ops & Supplies Anthony Abad-Santos, Erin Blaskovic, Sarah Boone, Keith Korhely, Brittnie Pham, Dave Rehker PBS DISTRIBUTION Booth # 620 Boston, MA (617) 208-0723 Fax: (617) 208-0784 firstname.lastname@example.org www.shoppbs.org Multimedia
THE PENNY MACHINE COMPANY Booth # 138 Grover Beach, CA (805) 709-71986 Fax: (805) 481-5804 email@example.com www.pennybiz.com Custom Products, Souvenir/ Promotional Steve Johnson, Dan Lindberg, DH Lindberg, Helen Patti PER ANNUM INC. Booth # 708 New York, NY (212) 647-8700 Fax: (212) 647-8716 firstname.lastname@example.org www.perannum.com Books and Related, Custom Products, Souvenir/Promotional Lisa Flanagan, Alicia Settle PERISPHERE & TRYLON INC. Booth # 332 West Hills, CA (818) 515-5130 Fax: (888) 371-2912 email@example.com www.perisphereandtrylon.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Reproductions Dodd Harris, Elizabeth Harris PERSEUS BOOKS GROUP Booth # 319 Berkeley, CA (510) 809-3753 Fax: (510) 809-3733 firstname.lastname@example.org www.perseusbooksgroup.com Books and Related, Games and Toys, Paper Products Justin Demeter, Stu Navarrete, Vanessa Navarrete, Carina Stanley PETAL CONNECTION Booth # 424 Santa Clarita, CA (818) 434-8091 Fax: (815) 366-3902 email@example.com www.petalconnection.com Custom Products, Independent Artists, Jewelry Radim Dedek, Simona Dedek
MUSEUMLIGHT COMPANY Booth # 508 Huntington, NY (631) 784-5100 Fax: (631) 784-5150 firstname.lastname@example.org www.museumlightco.com Custom Products, Reproductions, Souvenir/Promotional Brian Acworth, Patti-Jo Alesci
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EXHIBITORS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART Booth # 417 Philadelphia, PA (215) 684-7967 Fax: (215) 684-7384 email@example.com www.philamuseum.org Custom Products, Jewelry, Multimedia Stuart Gerstein, Lynn Mitchell, Tom Mitchell PIGMENT & HUE INC. Booth # 803 Inglewood, CA (310) 641-8221 Fax: (310) 641-8222 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pigmentandhue.com Custom Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional Howard Kurtz PILGRIM IMPORTS INC. Booth # 124 Milwaukee, WI (414) 765-1200 Fax: (414) 765-1212 email@example.com www.pilgrimimports.com Custom Products, Fair Trade, Souvenir/Promotional C. Chastain, Nicholas Lemus PINNACLE DESIGNS Booth # 208 San Fernando, CA (818) 365-7772 Fax: (818) 365-5188 firstname.lastname@example.org Custom Products, Souvenir/ Promotional Bryan Cadle, Angel Fabela POMEGRANATE Booth # 625 Portland, OR (800) 227-1428 email@example.com www.pomegranate.com Books and Related, Games and Toys, Paper Products Katie Burke, Becky Holtzman, Josh Rifkin POPCORN MOVIE POSTER COMPANY Booth # 710 Glastonbury, CT (860) 610-0000 Fax: (860) 760-6188 firstname.lastname@example.org www.popcornposters.com Custom Products, Paper Products, Souvenir/Promotional David Graveen 38
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PRESTEL PUBLISHING Booth # 306 New York, NY (212) 995-2720 x23 Fax: (212) 995-2733 email@example.com www.prestel.com Books and Related Gray Bowers, Pamela Sheprard
RED FISH TOYS Booth # 112 Bayville, NY (917) 767-2915 firstname.lastname@example.org www.redfishtoys.com Custom Products, Educational Products, Games and Toys Seyda Dener, Ozgur Goral
PRO SPECIALTIES GROUP Booth # 415 San Diego, CA (858) 614-7104 Fax: (858) 541-0364 email@example.com www.museumbrandedproducts.com Apparel, Custom Products, Souvenir/Promotional Allison Rellstab, Brad Shuman
REFLECTIVE IMAGES Booth # 704 Novato, CA (800) 366-5815 Fax: (415) 883-8215 firstname.lastname@example.org www.reflectiveimageswear.com Apparel, Custom Products, Souvenir/Promotional Brian Beard, Kristen Gregory
PUTUMAYO WORLD MUSIC Booth # 816 New York, NY (800) 995-9588 Fax: (419) 831-1431 email@example.com www.putumayo.com Books and Related, Educational Products, Multimedia
RELAN Booth # 6 Inver Grove Heights, MN (580) 917-1214 firstname.lastname@example.org www.relanbag.com Custom Products, Recycled/Green Products, Souvenir/Promotional
PUZZLES PLUS INC. Booth # 210 Jacksonville, FL (904) 737-4102 Fax: (904) 737-6595 email@example.com www.puzzles-plus.com Custom Products, Educational Products, Games and Toys Susan Gauthier, Jackie Goldman QUAYSIDE PUBLISHING GROUP Booth # 340 Minneapolis, MN (612) 344-8192 firstname.lastname@example.org www.qbookshop.com Books and Related, Educational Products, Multimedia Angela Corpus, Stave Daubenspeck, Wendy Jacobson RANDOM HOUSE INC. Booth # 534 New York, NY (212) 782-8579 Fax: (212) 940-7590 email@example.com www.randomhouse.com Books and Related Caitlin Freeman, George Morris, Jennifer Ramage, Sarah Rosenfeld
RENAISSANCE ASSOCIATES Booth # 438 Dallas, TX (877) 233-4562 Fax: (201) 434-2903 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rabankcard.com Store Ops & Supplies Howard Fromm, Andrew Wirtg RETAIL PRO â€“ BHD INFORMATION SYSTEMS Booth # 505 Sacramento, CA (800) 377-7776 Fax: (916) 368-1411 email@example.com www.bighairydog.com Store Ops & Supplies Karen Page, Kurt Beeken RHODE ISLAND NOVELTY/ ADVENTURE PLANET Booth # 309 Fall River, MA (401) 692-2084 Fax: (800) 448-1775 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rinovelty.com Educational Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional John Fitzsimmons, Raul Pereira
ROOKWOOD POTTERY COMPANY Booth # 624 Cincinnati, OH (513) 381-2510 Fax: (513) 281-2004 email@example.com www.rookwood.com Custom Products, Home and Garden, Souvenir/Promotional THE ROSE LADY Booth # 433 Los Alamitos, CA (800) 767-3155 Fax: (800) 767-3523 firstname.lastname@example.org www.theroselady.com Home and Garden, Jewelry, Souvenir/Promotional Alvin Esguerra, Caroli Esguerra THE ROSEN PUBLISHING GROUP INC. Booth # 204 New York, NY (800) 237-9932 Fax: (888) 436-4643 email@example.com www.rosenpublishing.com Books and Related, Custom Products, Educational Products Tricia Bauer, Lia Bozzone ROUND WORLD PRODUCTS, INC. Booth # 106 Indianapolis, IN (317) 257-7352 Fax: (317) 257-5362 firstname.lastname@example.org www.roundworldproducts.com Educational Products, Games and Toys Chris Knoebel RUBIO ENTERPRISES, LLC Booth # 605 Denver, CO (303) 937-0179 email@example.com Fair Trade, Jewelry Mark Jackson, Laura Rubio SAFARI LTD. Booth # 511 Miami Gardens, FL (800) 554-5414 Fax: (800) 766-7841 firstname.lastname@example.org www.safariltd.com Educational Products, Games and Toys Karen Hernandez
SCHIFFER PUBLISHING LTD. Booth # 105 Atglen, PA (610) 593-1777 Fax: (610) 593-2002 email@example.com www.schifferbooks.com Books and Related Joe Langman SEASTRA Booth # 420 Manhattan Beach, CA (310) 463-3075 Fax: (310) 546-4601 firstname.lastname@example.org www.seasiatrade.com Apparel, Fair Trade, Jewelry Betty Meck, George Meck SEMAKI & BIRD Booth # 131 Eastford, CT (860) 974-2477 Fax: (860) 974-2033 email@example.com www.semaki.com Custom Products, Jewelry, Recycled/Green Products SHELLEY HERMAN DESIGNS Booth # 137 Studio City, CA (818) 755-1836 Fax: (818) 755-1836 firstname.lastname@example.org www.shelleyhermandesigns.com Jewelry Shelley Herman, Marie Hills SKYFLIGHT MOBILES Booth # 711 Duvall, WA (425) 844-9199 Fax: (425) 844-9291 email@example.com www.skyflightmobiles.com Educational Products, Home and Garden, Paper Products Holly Zucker, Pete Zucker
SMALL YELLOW HORSES Booth # 735 Ashland, OR (541) 488-9506 firstname.lastname@example.org www.smallyellowhorses.com Independent Artists, Paper Products, Recycled/Green Products Matt Dolinar, Ketzia Schoneberg SMART GLASS Booth # 7 Atlanta, GA (404) 371-0013 Fax: (404) 371-9338 email@example.com www.smartglassjewelry.com Independent Artists, Jewelry, Recycled/Green Products Kathleen Plate SOLMATE SOCKS Booth # 323 South Strafford, VT (802) 765-4177 Fax: (802) 765-4233 firstname.lastname@example.org www.socklady.com Apparel, Recycled/Green Products Lisa Flood, Randy Wakerlin SOUL CARRIER DBA JENNIFER PAIGE BOONLORN Booth # 732 Phoenix, AZ (602) 909-6611 email@example.com www.soulcarrier.com Apparel, Custom Products, Recycled/Green Products Jennifer Boonlorn, Kimmi Robison, Ashley Walters SPRATLING SILVER Booth # 5 Mexico City, Mexico (52) 555 6454161 Fax: /952) 555 6454161 firstname.lastname@example.org www.wspratling.com Home and Garden, Jewelry STERLING PUBLISHING Booth # 123 New York, NY (646) 688-2591 Fax: (212) 213-2495 email@example.com www.sterlingpublishing.com Books and Related, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional
SCENT OF ART Booth # 220 Bangkok, Thailand +66 89 897 5677 Fax: +662 933 9917 firstname.lastname@example.org www.scentofart-bkk.com Apparel, Home and Garden, Souvenir/Promotional Boonchanin Siripattanasarakit, Sasinant Siripattanasarakit
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STEWART/STAND Booth # 235 Golden Bridge, NY (718) 407-4197 Fax: (718) 504-4292 email@example.com www.stewartstand.com Custom Products, Recycled/Green Products Nik Castronova, Paul Stewart-Stand
TICKLED PINK Booth # 335 Gig Harbor, WA (253) 853-5300 Fax: (253) 853-5301 firstname.lastname@example.org www.tickledpinkgift.com Apparel, Jewelry Chloe Henery, Jane Henery, Michele Henery, Mike Henery
STIKWITHIT PRINTWORKS Booth # 607 Syracuse, NY (315) 703-8300 Fax: (315) 437-3624 email@example.com www.swiprintworks.com Custom Products, Educational Products, Paper Products Helen Chase, Rochette Withers
TIPSY INC. Booth # 434 Vernon, CA (322) 588-1900 Fax: (323) 588-1911 firstname.lastname@example.org www.gotipsy.com Apparel, Custom Products, Souvenir/Promotional Timmy Sethi, Paul Singh, Evan Stone, Hugo Velazquez
STUDIOLO MUSEUM COLLECTIONS Booth # 618 San Francisco, CA (415) 291-9698 Fax: (415) 291-9152 email@example.com Custom Products, Jewelry, Paper Products STUDIO VERTU Booth # 509 Cincinnati, OH (513) 412-3452 Fax: (513) 241-0057 firstname.lastname@example.org www.studiovertu.com Custom Products, Home and Garden, Souvenir/Promotional Margie Nimmo, Mark Schmidt SUE LAPIN ART FOR MUSEUMS Booth # 117 Beverly Hills, CA (310) 275-8033 Fax: (310) 275-7188 Custom Products, Independent Artists, Jewelry Julie Browne, Mort Kay, Sue Lapin, Linda Levine TAM RETAIL (A DIV. OF LODE DATA SYSTEMS INC.) Booth # 202 Orland Park, IL (888) 843-1476 Fax: (708) 460-1253 email@example.com www.nonprofitpos.com Store Ops & Supplies Brian Charles, James Foster
TOPLINE PRODUCTS INC. Booth # 515 Renton, WA (800) 745-6623 x114 Fax: (425) 226-8763 firstname.lastname@example.org www.toplineproducts.com Custom Products, Games and Toys, Souvenir/Promotional TRAFFIC WORKS INC. Booth # 532 Huntington Park, CA (323) 582-0616 Fax: (323) 582-5762 email@example.com www.trafficworksinc.com Custom Products, Souvenir/ Promotional TRITON COVE FINE ARTS Booth # 808 Elk Grove, CA (877) 897-7366 Fax: (877) 897-7366 firstname.lastname@example.org www.tritoncovefinearts.com Paper Products Carmel Anderson, Brigette Ellis, Lisa Iscan TRU PROTECTION, INC. Booth # 800 Burbank, CA (818) 649-3364 Fax: (818) 558-6948 email@example.com www.truprotection.com Custom Products, Recycled/Green Products Jeanette Cox, Marija Horvatek, Keiko Napier
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(as of 3/27/13)
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EXHIBITORS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Show Specials Greenberg Scholarship Fund Buyerâ€™s Choice Awards Nominee
EXHIBITORS BY PRODUCT CATEGORY APPAREL Anuschka Handbags (The Basu Group, Inc) Atlas Screen Printing BedHead Pajamas Blunt USA LLC Boeing Stores Inc. Breeke and Company Inc The Courtney Collection D M Merchandising Delux Hats Eagle Crest Inc. Earth Sun Moon Trading Co. Erda Fullart Perú Gallery Collection Goody Goody Harshita Designs Inc. History To A Tee Icon Indy Plush Janet Egan Design Josh Bach Limited Julie Feldman Designs Kavita – Painted Silks Liberty Graphics Lynx Promotions Mathemaesthetics Inc. Old World Artisans International Ozone Design Inc. Pro Specialties Group Reflective Images Scent of Art Limited Partnership SEAsTra Solmate Socks Soul Carrier dba Jennifer Paige Boonlorn Tickled Pink Tipsy Inc. Tyler Cody Designs
BOOKS AND RELATED Alan Wofsy Fine Arts Alfred Music Allport Editions Applewood Books Barron’s Educational Series Inc. Booklog Braided River/Mountaineers Books Carr Enterprises Casemate Publishers/David Brown Book Company Chihuly Workshop Clear Solutions Inc. COATT East West Discovery Press EDC Publishing/Usborne/Kane Miller
Firefly Books Ltd. Fliptomania Inc. Fotofolio/Artpost Gem Guides Book Co. The History Press Ideals Publications Ingram Content Group Independent Publishers Group Life Plus Style Ltd. Paintbox Press Per Annum Inc. Perseus Books Group Pomegranate Prestel Publishing Putumayo World Music Quayside Publishing Group Random House Inc. The Rosen Publishing Group Inc. Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Sterling Publishing VCE, Inc.
CONSULTANTS Image Exchange
CUSTOM PRODUCTS 1000Museums Inc. Active-Art Americana Souvenirs & Gifts AmuseMints, LLC Anatomology/Dopamine Jewelry Ancestors of Dover Ltd. Anuschka Handbags (The Basu Group, Inc.) Atlas Screen Printing Baskets of Cambodia BedHead Pajamas Billco International, Inc. Blunt USA LLC Boeing Stores Inc Breeke and Company Inc. Bridge Brands Chocolate Business Innovations Capsco, Inc. The Charleston Mint ChemArt Co. China Star (USA) Ltd. Christina’s World Inc. Ciao Bella Jewelry Inc. Clay Company/Tote & Able Clear Solutions Inc. Clipa Cosmic Ant Creative Pewter Designs Cut Maps David Changar David Howell and Co. The DDR Group
(as of 3/27/13)
Delux Hats Deneen Pottery Design Master Associates Inc. Dibble & Dibble Eagle Crest Inc. Earth Sun Moon Trading Co. East West Discovery Press Focus on Souvenirs Found Image Press Fullart Perú Galison/Mudpuppy Gallery Collection Gallery Needlepoint (dba Gallery Studio Designs) Giftworks Plus Goody Goody Harshita Designs Inc. Heritage Metalworks Inc. History To A Tee Hogeye Inc. Jacarte Soul Carrier/Jennifer Paige Boonlorn Joolz Hayworth LLC Josh Bach Limited Julie Feldman Designs KaleidEscapes by LaGrave Designs Kamibashi Asian Art Kapan-Kent Co. Inc. KJK Jewelry Inc. L.W. Bristol Classics Lamcraft Inc. Leimomi Pearls, LLC Life Plus Style Ltd. Lightwave Laser Live Your Dream Designs London Manori Lynx Promotions M.P. Barcelona Inc. McGaw Graphics Inc. Modern-Twist Momadic MuseumLight Company Museum Store Products Inc. National Design LLC NoMonet Nouvelles Images Novodeco LLC Old World Artisans International OLLIN-ARM CANDY Paintbox Press The Penny Machine Company Per Annum Inc. Petal Connection Philadelphia Museum of Art Pigment & Hue Inc. Pilgrim Imports Inc. Pinnacle Designs Popcorn Movie Poster Company
Pro Specialties Group Puzzles Plus Inc. Red Fish Toys Reflective Images Relan The Rosen Publishing Group Inc. Rookwood Pottery Company Semaki & Bird Stewart/Stand StikWithit Printworks Studiolo Museum Collections Studio Vertu Sue Lapin Art for Museums Tipsy Inc. Topline Products Inc. Traffic Works Inc. Tru Protection, Inc. Tyler Cody Designs Verre by Julie Burton Wentworth Wooden Jigsaw Puzzles Whitney Howard Designs Works On Metal Yak Mountain Looms
EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS ALEX Alfred Music Anamorpix Artgame Ltd. Authentic Cards, Inc. Babalu Inc. Barron’s Educational Series Inc. BeginAgain Bio-Rad Blue Orange Games Buddha Board Inc. Capsco, Inc. Carr Enterprises Celestial Buddies, LLC Cosa Nova Creative Zone LLC David Chandler Co. Discoveries Egyptian Imports East West Discovery Press EDC Publishing/Usborne/Kane Miller EduStic, Inc. eeBoo Eni Puzzles Flash-Pack Cards Inc. The Flipflop Recycling Company Fliptomania Inc. Firefly Books Ltd. Folkmanis Inc. Funnybone Toys LLC Galison/Mudpuppy Gem Guides Book Co. 41
EXHIBITORS BY PRODUCT CATEGORY EDUCATIONAL PRODUCTS, continued General Pencil Co. Inc. Historic Urban Plans Inc. History To A Tee Independent Publishers Group Lamcraft Inc. LMD Enterprises Paintbox Press Parli-Cards (a Div. of Practical Strategies, Inc.) Perisphere & Trylon Inc. Putumayo World Music Puzzles Plus Inc. Quayside Publishing Group Red Fish Toys Rhode Island Novelty/Adventure Planet Round World Products, Inc. Safari Ltd. Skyflight Mobiles StikWithit Printworks Universal Specialties Co. Inc. VCE, Inc. Wax Works Video Works Western Woods Inc. Word Teasers
FAIR TRADE Anuschka Handbags (The Basu Group, Inc) Baskets of Cambodia BeadForLife Blue People Fair Trade LTD/Artisan Life The Flipflop Recycling Company Fullart Perú Kamibashi Asian Art Mata Ortiz to You Ole Peru Imports Pilgrim Imports Inc. Rubio Enterprises, LLC SEAsTra Yak Mountain Looms
FOOD AmuseMints, LLC Bridge Brands Chocolate Built Ghirardelli Chocolate The Unemployed Philosophers Guild
GAMES AND TOYS ALEX Americana Souvenirs & Gifts Anamorpix Artec Educational Artgame Ltd. 42
Artobjects Unlimited Inc. Babalu Inc. Bedol International Group Inc. BeginAgain Beyond123 LLC Bio-Rad Blue Orange Games Boeing Stores Inc Brainwright, a Division of Ceaco Buddha Board Inc. Business Innovations Celestial Buddies, LLC Chihuly Workshop Creative Zone LLC Daron Worldwide Trading Inc. The DDR Group Delux Hats E&M Labs Inc. EDC Publishing/Usborne/Kane Miller EduStic, Inc. eeBoo Eni Puzzles Flash-Pack Cards Inc. Fliptomania Inc. Folkmanis Inc. Fotofolio/Artpost Funnybone Toys LLC Glob Golden Island Intl. Inc. The Green Rubber Toy Co. Ideals Publications Indy Plush Ingram Content Group LMD Enterprises A Lost Art Magnote Marmol Radziner Modern-Twist Odyssey Marketing Parli-Cards (a Div. of Practical Strategies, Inc.) Perisphere & Trylon Inc. Perseus Books Group Pigment & Hue Inc. Pomegranate Puzzles Plus Inc. Red Fish Toys Rhode Island Novelty/Adventure Planet Round World Products, Inc. Royal Bobbles Safari Ltd. Sterling Publishing The Unemployed Philosophers Guild Topline Products Inc. U.S. Games Systems Inc./Creative Whack Co.
(as of 3/27/13)
Universal Specialties Co. Inc. Wentworth Wooden Jigsaw Puzzles Westminster Inc. Word Teasers
HOME AND GARDEN Anatomology/Dopamine Jewelry Baskets of Cambodia Bedol International Group Inc. Beyond123 LLC C & H Glassworks Cardboard Safari China Star (USA) Ltd. Chopstick Art Christina’s World Inc. Clay Company/Tote & Able Cosa Nova The Courtney Collection Desert Designs Diane O’Donnel Contemporary Designs Firefly Books Ltd. French Artist Club From War to Peace Gallery Needlepoint (dba Gallery Studio Designs) Glob Goody Goody Heritage Metalworks Inc. Jacarte Japanese Gift Market (Clever Idiots Inc.) Josh Bach Limited Leonardo’s Dogs Life Plus Style LTD Lightwave Laser Marmol Radziner Old World Artisans International Pari Rookwood Pottery Company Scent of Art Skyflight Mobiles Spratling Silver Studio Vertu The Rose Lady Works On Metal
INDEPENDENT ARTISTS Allport Editions Brellas ‘n Fans C & H Glassworks Carolyn Schlam Studio Chihuly Workshop Ciao Bella Jewelry Inc. Creative Pewter Designs Cut Maps David Changar Erda French Artist Club
Gallery Needlepoint (dba Gallery Studio Designs) Harshita Designs Julie Feldman Designs KaleidEscapes by LaGrave Designs KJK Jewelry Inc. L. Hutchcroft Design London Manori A Lost Art Mathemaesthetics Inc. Novodeco LLC Petal Connection Small Yellow Horses Smart Glass Sue Lapin Art for Museums
JEWELRY Amber by Vessel Inc. Anatomology/Dopamine Jewelry Ancestors of Dover Ltd. Artobjects Unlimited Inc. BeadForLife Bio-Rad Blue People Fair Trade LTD/Artisan Life Carolyn Schlam Studio ChemArt Co. China Star (USA) Ltd. Ciao Bella Jewelry Inc. Clipa COATT The Courtney Collection Creative Pewter Designs D M Merchandising David Howell and Co. Diane O’Donnel Contemporary Designs Enchanted Imports Fiona Accessories/Linpeng International Inc. From War to Peace Funnybone Toys LLC Golden Island Intl. Inc. Hogeye Inc. Joolz Hayworth LLC Judith Greif Designs KJK Jewelry Inc. L. Hutchcroft Design Leimomi Pearls, LLC Liza Shtromberg Jewelry London Manori Marmol Radziner Mata Ortiz to You Meridian Jewelry & Design The Metropolitan Museum of Art Mon Bijou Mysterium Collection NoMonet Novodeco LLC
Petal Connection Philadelphia Museum of Art The Rose Lady Rubio Enterprises, LLC Samantha Davimes Inc./Anywhere Market SEAsTra Semaki & Bird Shelley Herman Designs Smart Glass Spratling Silver Sue Lapin Art for Museums Tickled Pink Tyler Cody Designs Verre by Julie Burton Western Woods Inc. White Widow Whitney Howard Designs ZAD
MULTIMEDIA Active-Art Alfred Music Artobjects Unlimited Inc. Independent Publishers Group PBS Distribution Philadelphia Museum of Art Putumayo World Music Quayside Publishing Group VCE, Inc. Wax Works Video Works
PAPER PRODUCTS 1000Museums Inc. Allport Editions Authentic Cards, Inc. Brellas ‘n Fans Cardboard Safari COATT Discoveries Egyptian Imports eeBoo Fotofolio/Artpost Found Image Press French Artist Club Galison/Mudpuppy Historic Urban Plans Inc. Ingram Content Group Japanese Gift Market (Clever Idiots Inc.) Kamibashi Asian Art L.M. Kartenvertrieb & Verlags Gmbh, Germany Leonardo’s Dogs Live Your Dream Designs Magnote The Metropolitan Museum of Art National Design LLC Nouvelles Images Pari
Perseus Books Group Pomegranate Popcorn Movie Poster Company Skyflight Mobiles Small Yellow Horses StikWithit Printworks Triton Cove Fine Arts The Unemployed Philosophers Guild Wrapped LLC
RECYCLED/ GREEN PRODUCTS BeadForLife Bedol International Group Inc. BeginAgain Blue People Fair Trade Ltd/Artisan Life Brellas ‘n Fans Buddha Board Inc. Built Cardboard Safari Chopstick Art Clay Company/Tote & Able Desert Design Earth Sun Moon Trading Co. The Flipflop Recycling Company Focus on Souvenirs From War to Peace Glob The Green Rubber Toy Co. Indy Plush Judith Greif Designs Liberty Graphics A Lost Art M.P. Barcelona Inc. Magnote Mata Ortiz to You Modern-Twist Momadic OLLIN-ARM CANDY Pari Relan Semaki & Bird Small Yellow Horses Smart Glass Solmate Socks Soul Carrier dba Jennifer Paige Boonlorn Stewart/Stand Studiolo Museum Collections Tru Protection, Inc. Verre by Julie Burton Wax Works Video Works YaYa Bamboo
REPRODUCTIONS 1000Museums Inc. Active-Art
Alan Wofsy Fine Arts Carolyn Schlam Studio The Charleston Mint David Changar Desert Designs Design Master Associates Inc. Diane O’Donnel Contemporary Designs Discoveries Egyptian Imports Found Image Press Historic Urban Plans Inc. The Metropolitan Museum Of Art MuseumLight Company Perisphere & Trylon Inc. Works On Metal
SOUVENIR/ PROMOTIONAL Alan Wofsy Fine Arts Americana Souvenirs & Gifts AmuseMints, LLC Anamorpix Ancestors of Dover Ltd. Artgame Ltd. Austria-Shop Authentic Cards, Inc. Beyond123 LL Billco International, Inc. Blunt USA LLC Bridge Brands Chocolate Built Business Innovations Capsco, Inc. Carr Enterprises The Charleston Mint ChemArt Co. Christina’s World Inc. Clipa Cosa Nova Creative Zone LLC CTM Group dba The Pennymen Cut Maps D M Merchandising Daron Worldwide Trading Inc. David Howell and Co. The DDR Group Deneen Pottery Design Master Associates Inc. Dibble & Dibble Eagle Crest Inc. Eni Puzzles Flash-Pack Cards Inc. Focus on Souvenirs Folkmanis Inc. Gallery Collection Golden Island Intl. Inc. Heritage Metalworks Inc. Hogeye Inc.
Icon Jacarte Jackson Pacific Inc. Japanese Gift Market (Clever Idiots Inc.) Joolz Hayworth LLC KaleidEscapes by LaGrave Designs Kapan-Kent Co. Inc. L.W. Bristol Classics Lamcraft Inc. Lightwave Laser Live Your Dream Design Lynx Promotions M.P. Barcelona Inc. Momadic MuseumLight Company Museum Store Products Inc. National Design LLC Odyssey Marketing OLLIN-ARM CANDY Ozone Design Inc Parli-Cards (a Div. of Practical Strategies, Inc.) The Penny Machine Company Per Annum Inc. Pigment & Hue Inc. Pilgrim Imports Inc. Pinnacle Designs Popcorn Movie Poster Company Pro Specialties Group Reflective Images Relan Rhode Island Novelty/Adventure Planet Rookwood Pottery Company The Rose Lady Scent of Art Sterling Publications Studio Vertu Tipsy Inc. Topline Products Inc. Traffic Works Inc. Universal Specialties Co. Inc. Wentworth Wooden Jigsaw Puzzles White Widow Whitney Howard Designs Yak Mountain Loom
STORE OPS & SUPPLIES Booklog Clear Solutions Inc. JDS Solutions Corp. NCR Corporation PartnerShip Renaissance Associates Retail Pro – BHD Information Systems TAM Retail (A Div. of Lode Data Systems Inc.) 43
LIST OF ATTENDEES Admiral Nimitz Museum/ National Museum of the Pacific War Fredericksburg, TX Krista Gratigni American University Museum – Katzen Museum Store Washington, DC Libby O’Kane Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center Anchorage, AK Mark Weber Annenberg Space for Photography Los Angeles, CA Peggy Krynicki Army Heritage Center Foundation Museum Store Carlisle, PA Amanda Ginter Asian Art Museum of San Francisco San Francisco, CA Idit Agam, Peri Danton, Raymond McKenzie Atlanta Botanical Garden Atlanta, GA Kathleen Guy
The Bloedel Reserve Bainbridge Island, WA Theresa Collier Bok Tower Gardens Lake Wales, FL Sandra Sue Dent Bowdoin College Museum of Art Brunswick, ME Liza Nelson Brigham Young University – Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum Provo, UT Patty Jones Brooklyn Museum Brooklyn, NY Sylvia Cruz, Sallie Stutz Buffalo Bill Historical Center Cody, WY Kelly Webber The Butler Institute of American Art Youngstown, OH Renee Sheakoski Cabrillo Marine Aquarium San Pedro, CA Jean Steinmetz
Atlanta-Fulton County Zoo Atlanta, GA Greg Cain
California State Railroad Museum Sacramento, CA Tom Grenache
Audubon Canyon Ranch Stinson Beach, CA Yvonne Pierce, Leslie Sproul
Cameron Art Museum Wilmington, NC Nan Pope
Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm Dayton, OH Wendy Jacoby
Canadian Museum of Civilization Gatineau, QC, Canada Chantal Demers
The Barnes Foundation Philadelphia, PA Julie Steiner, Jay Thomson Barona Cultural Center & Museum Lakeside, CA Robin Edmonds, Laurie Egan-Hedley
(as of 3/27/13)
Caw Caw Interpretive Center/ Charleston County Parks Charleston, SC Thomas Thornton Center for Puppetry Arts Atlanta, GA Melissa McCarriagher
Charles H. Morse Museum of American Art Winter Park, FL Ava Maxwell Charles M. Schulz Museum Santa Rosa, CA Stephanie Shea The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Indianapolis, IN Jason Miller, Anne Steinberg, Carol Toth Chrysler Museum of Art Norfolk, VA Colleen Higginbotham CIA Museum/Employee Activity Assn. McLean, VA Mark Wiggins The Cleveland Museum of Art Cleveland, OH Catherine Surratt Columbia Museum of Art Columbia, SC Bohumila Augustinova Columbus Museum of Art Columbus, OH Pam Edwards
Dennos Museum Center – Northwestern Michigan College Traverse City, MI Terry Tarnow Denver Art Museum Denver, CO Lindsay Erickson, Greg McKay Descanso Gardens Gift Shop La Canada, CA David Crocker Desert Caballeros Western Museum Wickenburg, AZ Marilu Rix de Young and Legion of Honor/ Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco San Francisco, CA Stuart Hata Eastern Sierra Interpretive Assn. Bishop, CA Debbe Eilts, Susie Fix, Kristin Reese Edsel and Eleanor Ford House Grosse Pointe Shores, MI Matthew Peplinski Eiteljorg Museum Indianapolis, IN Robert Tate
Commemorative Airforce, Southern California Camarillo, CA Janet Rizzoli
El Paso Museum of Art El Paso, TX Norma Geller, Sally Gilbert
The Contemporary Jewish Museum San Francisco, CA Kevin Grenon
Fallingwater – Western Pennsylvania Conservancy Mill Run, PA Elizabeth Poole, Keith Ryan
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Bentonville, AR Pamela Conway, Mary Douthit
Fernbank Museum of Natural History Atlanta, GA Crystal Garner
Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens Jacksonville, FL Susan Tudor
Florida Museum of Natural History Gainesville, FL Stacey Crandall, Christopher Gerard
deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum Lincoln, MA David Duddy
Forest Lawn Museum Glendale, CA Elizabeth Bloess, Sherri Hauer
Historic New Orleans Collection New Orleans, LA Michelle Gaynor
LBJ Library and Museum Austin, TX Sherry Brown
Mingei International Museum San Diego, CA Amy Schindler
The Frick Collection New York, NY Kate Gerlough
Honolulu Academy of Arts Honolulu, HI Betsy Robertson
LDS Museum of Church History and Art Salt Lake City, UT Annette Burdette
Minnesota Historical Society Saint Paul, MN Meta Bloomberg, Serenity Shanklin, Gloria Stern
Georgia Museum of Art – University of Georgia Athens, GA Amy Miller
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens San Marino, CA Jennifer Brown, Janet Crockett
Los Angeles County Museum of Art Los Angeles, CA Carol Norcross, Zandra Van Batenburg
The Mint Museum Charlotte, NC Sandy Fisher
Illinois State Museum Springfield, IL Merideth Lacina
Los Angeles Philharmonic Assn. Los Angeles, CA Vicki Friedman, Katie Griego
Indiana University Art Museum Bloomington, IN Murat Candiler, Carol Dell
Los Angeles Public Library – The Library Store Los Angeles, CA Sarah Lancaster, Christine Romero
Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Santa Fe, NM Janice Wrhel Gilcrease Museum Tulsa, OK Amanda Burns, Melanie Rosencutter Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy San Francisco, CA Alma O’Brien, Elizabeth Siahaan Grand Canyon Association Grand Canyon, AZ Teresa Franklin, Phil Payne Hamilton County Park District Cincinnati, OH Irene Light Harn Museum of Art Gainesville, FL Kathryn Rush The Hermitage Hermitage, TN Amanda Millslagle The High Desert Museum Bend, OR Melissa Hochschild, Julie Sturges
International Rose Test Garden Portland, OR Lilia Villaseñor The J. Paul Getty Museum Los Angeles, CA Heldrych Castillo, Darcy Estes Pinelo, Chris Jacob, Chloe Simon, Kimberley Westad Jefferson National Parks Assn. Saint Louis, MO Sandra Kreitner, Richard Trigg The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC Stephanie Fridge, Barbara Lenhardt Joslyn Art Museum Omaha, NE Jane Precella
Historic Arkansas Museum Little Rock, AR Paige James
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art Kansas City, MO Raina Heinrich
Historic Deerfield Deerfield, MA Tina Harding
Kidspace Children’s Museum Pasadena, CA Susan Cardosi-Albert
Historic Hudson Valley Sleepy Hollow, NY Henri-Pierre Corbacho, Valerie Helmke
Lowell Observatory Flagstaff, AZ Diana Weintraub Loyola University Museum of Art Chicago, IL Pamela Ambrose, Guadalupe Pastenes Maine Mineral and Gem Museum Bethel, ME Roberta Hunt, Maggie Kroenke Maturango Museum Ridgecrest, CA Mary Lattig Memphis Pink Palace Museum Memphis, TN Debbie Jordan The Metropolitan Museum of Art New York, NY Kristin Magnuson, Nick Montana, Buster Seccia, Mimi Tribble Miami Art Museum Miami, FL Michael Balbone Milwaukee Art Museum Milwaukee, WI Karen McNeely
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Fort Worth, TX Stephanie Watson, Lorri Wright The Montclair Art Museum Montclair, NJ Ilana Stollman Museo de Arte de Ponce Ponce, PR Crystal Bell Museum of Fine Arts Saint Petersburg, FL Audrie Ranon Museum of Fine Arts – Boston Boston, MA Ellen Bragalone Museum of Flight Seattle, WA Mary Christensen, Jeff Frignoca, Kadie Kozee Museum of Jewish Heritage New York, NY Warren Shalewitz Museum of Making Music Carlsbad, CA Carolyn Grant, Jillian Harrington The Museum of Modern Art New York, NY Andrea Hester, William Myers, Hsin-Yi Shieh Museum of Natural & Cultural History – University of Oregon Eugene, OR Judi Pruitt
LIST OF ATTENDEES
(as of 3/27/13)
Museum of New Mexico Foundation Santa Fe, NM Candace Allen
New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Albuquerque, NM Elizabeth Ricker
Museum of New Zealand Wellington, New Zealand Darran Gillies
The New-York Historical Society
Museum of Russian Icons Clinton, MA Jocelyn Willis Museum of the Rockies – Montana State University Bozeman, MT Christine Stoppa National Building Museum Washington, DC Michael Higdon
New York, NY Ione Saroyan The Norman Rockwell Museum Stockbridge, MA Michael Duffy North Carolina Museum of Art Raleigh, NC Joy Militello, Jennifer Reavey
Sauder Village Archbold, OH Leslie Hartman
The Preservation Society of Newport County Newport, RI Laura Murphy
Seacoast Science Center Rye, NH Danielle Bastian
The Richard H. Driehaus Museum Chicago, IL Corie Walcott Rockwell Museum of Western Art Corning, NY Delanie Bakos
Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture Spokane, WA Bobbi Cypher
Royal Ontario Museum Toronto, ON, Canada Constance MacDonald
National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library Cedar Rapids, IA Catharine Otto
Norton Simon Museum Pasadena, CA Andrew Uchin
Saint Louis Art Museum Saint Louis, MO Debbie Boyer
National Geographic Society Washington, DC Ellen Tozer
Oklahoma City Museum of Art Oklahoma City, OK Heather King
Salvador Dali Museum Saint Petersburg, FL Penny Jerge
National Museum of Australia Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia Stephen Quinn
Oklahoma Historical Society/ Oklahoma History Center Oklahoma City, OK Robbin Davis, Jera Winters
Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History Norman, OK Ksenia Goode
National Museum of Nuclear Science and History Albuquerque, NM Molly Brunell, Elena Seaberg
Orange County Regional History Center Orlando, FL Heather Michael
San Antonio Museum of Art San Antonio, TX Christine Barnett, Alma Pina
National Museum of the Marine Corps Triangle, VA Andy Pineau
Palm Springs Art Museum Palm Springs, CA Betty Rinnig
National World War I Museum Kansas City, MO Kathy Jarboe The National World War II Museum New Orleans, LA Chris Michel
Panhandle Plains Historical Museum Canyon, TX Tammy St. Pierre Peabody Essex Museum Salem, MA Penny Bigmore Pittock Mansion Portland, OR Elizabeth Marcum Polk Museum of Art Lakeland, FL Terry Aulisio
Portland Museum of Art Portland, ME Sally Struever
San Antonio Visitor Information Center and Official City Store San Antonio, TX Brian Lang San Diego Museum of Art San Diego, CA Chacho Herman, Teishia Mathews San Francisco Symphony San Francisco, CA Jeannette Garbarini-Walters Santa Barbara Museum of Art Santa Barbara, CA Barbara Savage Santa Barbara Zoological Gardens Santa Barbara, CA Ross Beardsley, Nolan Hauslin
Sequoia National History Assn. Three Rivers, CA Mark Tilchen Shelburne Museum Shelburne, VT Lee Wheeler Skirball Cultural Center Los Angeles, CA Pamela Balton Soka Gakkai International–USA (SGI–USA) Santa Monica, CA Melissa Hilton-Silver Sons of the American Revolution Wilmette, IL John Dyrud, Susan Griffin Springs Preserve Las Vegas, NV Amy Febbo, Chris Sakmar State Historical Society of North Dakota Bismarck, ND Rhonda Brown The Statehouse Museum Columbus, OH Rebecca Wildman Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Williamstown, MA Rachelle Jones The Tang Museum at Skidmore College Saratoga Springs, NY Barbara Schrade University of Alaska Museum of the North Fairbanks, AK Daniel David University of Arizona Tucson, AZ Kathy Hamm, David Parkinson
University of Arizona Museum of Art Tucson, AZ Carol Petrozzello
University of Texas McDonald Observatory Visitor Center Fort Davis, TX Angela Otoupal
Artisans, Inc. Glen Flora, WI Charlie Oâ€™Mahoney
USS Hornet Museum Alameda, CA Carrie Santell Van Gogh Museum Enterprises B.V. Amsterdam, Netherlands Cor Krelekamp Virginia Aquarium Virginia Beach, VA Elaine Varley, Karolyn Walker Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Richmond, VA Michael Guajardo, Dana Masters Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art Hartford, CT Stacey Stachow Western National Parks Assn. Tucson, AZ Scott Aldridge, John Fasino
(as of 3/27/13)
Event Network Inc. San Diego, CA Karl Busche, Dawn McMillan Inception Media Group Long Beach, CA Laurie McQuaid Kiss That Frog Berkeley, CA Nathan Thadani The New York Times Store New York, NY Theresa DeRosa, Gregory Miller O. Positive Inc. Silver Spring, MD Roberta Whalen Paper Russells, LLC Ogden, UT Myunghye Han Potluck Press Sonoma, CA Brenda Hargan
Wharton Center for Performing Arts East Lansing, MI Nina Silbergleit
Questar Entertainment Glendale, CA Kenneth Campo
Whatcom Museum Society Bellingham, WA Kelton Leach, Melissa Lukeris
Susan Jaques Los Angeles, CA Susan Jaques
Wheeler Historic Farm Salt Lake City, UT Raegan Scharman
Tamera Lawrence Santa Monica, CA Tamera Lawrence
White House Historical Assn. Washington, DC Constance McCulloch
Volume-One Products Co., Ltd. Tokyo, Japan Masakazu Tanaka
Wisconsin Historical Society Madison, WI Heather Groff Worcester Art Museum Worcester, MA Susan Giordano
THE 59TH ANNUAL MSA RETAIL CONFERENCE & EXPO
HOUSTON APRIL 12–14, 2014
www.MSAmeeting.org SEE YOU NEXT YEAR IN TEXAS!
BOEING STORES INC. Bobbi Stephens Seattle, Wash. email@example.com www.boeingstore.com Booth #525
CURMUDGEON CARDS Elisa Goodman Los Angeles, Calif. firstname.lastname@example.org www.curmudgeoncards.com Not exhibiting
KALEIDESCAPES BY LAGRAVE DESIGNS Dawn LaGrave Kenmore, Wash. email@example.com www.lagravedesigns.com Booth #714
What products and services do you offer the cultural commerce industry? Celebrate the history and innovation of the Boeing Company with authentic merchandise that invokes the spirit of the aerospace leader. We offer historical products from our heritage companies, such as McDonnell, Douglas and North American, products featuring current aircraft such as the 787 Dreamliner, the new 747-8 Intercontinental, as well as Boeing signature and defense.
What products and services do you offer the cultural commerce industry? “Curmudgeon Cards are unique keepsakes, which warrant framing, to include in one’s personal Art gallery.”—Cim Castellon, Los Angeles County Museum of Art Since 2001, Elisa Goodman has been creating wonderfully unique and elegant Art-themed, custom-topic greeting cards, using postage stamps from around the world, embellishing them with re-purposed fabrics and decorative papers. She specializes in creating Art cards for your upcoming exhibitions. Curmudgeon Cards have been discovered in many major museums including: The Getty, The MFAs of Houston and Boston, the Art museums of Seattle, Denver, Cleveland and Philadelphia, among others. Specialty areas include: Impressionists, Asian Woodblocks and Teapots, Ikebana, Seashells, Butterflies, Fashion, etc. These “must have” cards are usually purchased as a gift and very often sell out! Mostly modern? Her clever, cuttingedge illustrations offer a colorful array of Birthday, Specialty Topics and YogaThemed cards sharing her Eye-Opening perspective on life and artistic selfexpression. Also available as signed, collectible Art posters. Hand-crafted in the U.S., fast turn-around, low-minimums and exceptional artistry! Eco-friendly and custom text available.
What products and services do you offer the cultural commerce industry? LaGrave Designs is proud to offer KaleidEscapes, an innovative line of products and images hand-crafted in the U.S.A. We digitally manipulate photos of famous buildings and landmarks, as well as flowers, fruits and vegetables, to create stunning kaleidoscopic designs. Our most popular product is our shadow boxes. We meticulously cut and handassemble the kaleidoscope designs to create dimension, and frame them in shadow boxes. We also offer coasters and trivets as quick impulse buys. Our custom program allows you to offer something completely unique and relevant to your customers with just a small set-up fee and no minimums. We can work with photos of your building (the façade, lobby or recognizable architectural detail, such as a mosaic floor, or stained glass window), permanent installations or rotating exhibits. What will you KaleidEscape?
What information about your company do you want to share with attendees? We offer a comprehensive package to retail stores including assortment planning, fixture and signage support, as well as dedicated customer support based on your buy.
What information about your company do you want to share with attendees? Curmudgeon Cards will be exhibiting at the ACRE tradeshow in Las Vegas, Nev., April 30–May 2 in Booth #1808.
What information about your company do you want to share with attendees? LaGrave Designs will license or sell you your custom design. We understand that one company can’t provide all of the products for a museum shop. By purchasing your custom image, you can print the artwork on mugs, t-shirts or postcards, using the vendors that you already have established relationships with. This allows us to concentrate on what we do best, while providing the proper product mix for your store.
OZONE DESIGN INC. Björn DelaCruz New York, N.Y. firstname.lastname@example.org www.ozonesocks.com Booth #617 What products and services do you offer the cultural commerce industry? Ozone can do good for far more than just fashion, and that’s never been more clear than with our Endangered Cats and Four Elements collections. Designed to highlight these natural beauties in hopes it will help preserve them, part of the proceeds for these socks go toward charities, including wildcat foundation Panthera. Ozone did extensive research to use the best materials possible and opted not to use organic cotton (which would create a large carbon footprint when shipped to our mills). Instead, we created socks to remind you of our best natural resources: stunning wildlife and the earth’s elements. What information about your company do you want to share with attendees? Ozone Socks is a NYC-based company well known for one-of-a-kind, artistic designs and quality. Our products are sold at Saks Fifth Avenue as well as 2,000 American boutiques. We can credit our success to our complex creative process: Laurie, CEO, Peter, Creative Director, and Gina, Ozone’s designer, regularly discuss trends in the art and design world and develop base lines and a vocabulary for a collection. Peter translates ideas into the line’s concepts, which Gina transforms into beautiful, elaborate designs. This is why Ozone stands a world apart from any sock company — a true manifestation of “The Art of Socks.”
PARLI-CARDS GAMES (A DIVISION OF PRACTICAL STRATEGIES, INC.)
Mary Jo Joyce West Bend, Wis. email@example.com www.parlicards.com Booth #521 What products and services do you offer the cultural commerce industry? Parli-Cards products are gifts, games and souvenirs featuring two lines of original games for ages 8–98. The first line includes two board and playing card games which cover the subjects of U.S. History and how Congress works: Presidents & Founding Fathers and U.S. Senate (Congressional Edition). Several variations of play using beginner and advanced question cards along with playing decks featuring biographical information and images of statesmen are included in each game designed for two or more players. Our Acronym Ace series of flash card games has expanded to include five titles. Decipher the alphabet soup of U.S. acronyms with SpeakGOV, SpeakSPORTS, SpeakTXT, SpeakLAW and SpeakMED. Points are awarded to players or teams who correctly define acronyms in these fast, funny games which are sure to generate laughter! While fun for all, Parli-Card Games are also factual and educational. All games are made in the U.S.A. and are patentpending. What information about your company do you want to share with attendees? Parli-Cards Games are the inventions of Mary Jo Joyce, and produced by a division of her public policy, consulting and market research company, Practical Strategies, Inc., with offices in West Bend, Wis., and Washington, D.C.
PETAL CONNECTION Simona Dedek Santa Clarita, Calif. firstname.lastname@example.org petalconnection.com Booth #424 What products and services do you offer the cultural commerce industry? Petal Connection is a team of mother and two daughters in Southern California that transform real butterflies and flowers into unique pieces of jewelry. We employ a proprietary process of multiple resin coatings developed over many years of trial and error. Resin makes our pieces both very lightweight and very durable. We love working with individual museum stores on custom items, such as their state flower or special tree, etc. What information about your company do you want to share with attendees? All of our butterflies are raised on small family-owned farms, mostly in the Amazon. Butterflies are raised to provide cocoons to the many live butterfly exhibits that are becoming so popular all over the United States, as none of these are able to raise their own. This results in a large number of adult butterflies that average a total life span of less than 21 days. Therefore, no butterflies are harmed in producing our jewelry, and we include a card explaining this with each item. Most of our flower items come from flowers grown in our very own backyard, or those of family members. Petal Connection is proud to contribute to Kiva, a nonprofit organization that extends loans to women in third world countries who are trying to start their own businesses.
A NEW WAY TO
LOOK AT ART
High quality giclees ` on metal
A wide range of art and custom designs Booth 506 • 504.289.3361 • www.WorksonMetal.com
Some use words to describe their work.
We let our work speak for itself.
Camper Mug 12+ oz. Red w/black white
Footed Mug 12 oz. Lt. Teal w/rose white
Patriot Mug 12 oz. Midnight w/lilac white
Attending the MSA Conference and EXPO? Stop by and meet us at booth #214
Request your catalog today at www.deneenpottery.com 51
Ozone Design Inc. Beautifully designed, vividly colored, fashionably innovative, footwear accessories of the highest quality that deﬁne the latest trends and establish the foundation of modern style.
CUSTOM PR ODU CT S
Phone: (212) 563-2990 x205 Email: email@example.com www.ozonesocks.com Booth #617 David Changar Show patriotic pride with the Stars and Stripes porcelain bud vase and 18 oz. mug. The mug is dishwasher and microwave safe. A master craftsman individually hand-crafts and signs each piece and all are made in the U.S.A. Custom work is available. Retail Pricing: Mug: $48 Vase: $31 Wholesale Pricing: Mug: $19 Vase: $14 Phone: (718) 842-6362 Fax: (718) 842-6965 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.davidchangar.com Booth #530
Design Master Associates, Inc. This faux leather keychain by Design Masters® combines black faux leather with stitching and your custom image securely attached to a strong metal key ring.
G AME S & TOY S
Phone: (800) 322-7583 Email: email@example.com www.designmasters.com Booth #316
Celestial Buddies, LLC These Plush Planetary Pals, each personifying an object in our solar system, come with educational hang tags full of fun facts for kids of all ages and grown-ups too. You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to love them! Phone: (203) 415-0313 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.celestialbuddies.com Booth #114
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SPECIAL PRODUCTS BY CATEGORY Joolz Hayworth LLC Showcase your images on Joolz Hayworth’s chunky, funky, kitsch-to-couture fashion jewelry. Artisan-made in our Los Angeles studio. Phone: (323) 892-0656 Email: email@example.com www.joolzhayworth.com Booth #4
Mata Ortiz to You It’s not just beautiful one-of-a-kind jewelry; it’s a 700-year-old story. Share it. Visit us at Booth 206. Phone: (520) 744-0639 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.mataortiztoyou.com Booth #206
Novodeco LLC Novodeco layers artisanal acrylics, woods and metals to create—or custom design—jewelry at the corner of retro and modern. Phone: (415) 533-7373 Email: email@example.com www.novodeco.com Booth #606
Novodeco LLC Moderne, modern or architecjewel? Pins, pendants or earrings? Yes, yes and yes! Novodeco. Somehow familiar, entirely new, and now custom, too. Phone: (415) 533-7373 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.novodeco.com Booth #606
Shelley Herman Designs Shelley Herman designs one-of-a-kind jewelry using semi-precious and exotic stones, pearls and Asian antiques. Phone: (818) 755-1836 Email: email@example.com www.shelleyhermandesigns.com Booth #137
Indy Plush Señor Pigwy—I am the direct descendant of the third little pig because I have big brains and a big mustachio. Certiﬁed green. Made in the U.S.A. Phone: (310) 902-1651 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.indyplush.com Booth #811 53
An essential ingredient to every toybox, every childhood, every generation. See more puppets at www.folkmanis.com 0r call 1-800-654-8922 for a free catalog.
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Published on Apr 3, 2013
Published on Apr 3, 2013
Distributed to all attendees of the 2013 MSA Conference & Expo in Los Angeles, it contains the full 2013 schedule, exhibitor list and attend...