More than 300 wholesale exhibitors from around the country will display jewelry, apparel, perfumes, artwork, home décor items, and gifts during the three-day industry trade show in Memphis, Tenn. Nearly 5,000 buyers are expected to attend the trade event with many retail business owners coming from surrounding states. Since 1974, has hosted a total 107 gift and jewelry industry trade shows, attracting nearly one million visitors to downtown Memphis.
“Small businesses have always been the backbone of the American economy, and the Memphis Fair in April attracts thousands of small business owners who are learning how to keep their business afloat in today’s volatile economy,” said Robert Kolinek, president of Helen Brett Enterprises, the promoter and producer of the Mid-South Fair.
Qualified buyers can register for the show on site at no charge by presenting their Federal Tax ID number; a valid, government-issued identification card; and a copy of their current retails Sales Tax License, Business License or Occupational License, which shows the company is related to the jewelry and gift industry.
Show exhibitors offer retail buyers an opportunity to see and purchase with “cash and carry” and at wholesale prices the latest fashion items in jewelry and other gift industries. Retail buyers attending the Mid-South Jewelry & Accessories Fair come from a 200-mile radius.