Specialty Retail Entrepreneur Expo & Conference, You gotta go!

Want to start your specialty product business this year? Then you MUST attend the (SPREE) Specialty Retail Entrepreneur Expo & Conference. Be part of the world’s largest event for the $12 billion specialty retail industry!

No matter if you are a retailer, or prospective entrepreneur looking for the newest concepts, or interested in starting  or growing a specialty retail business, or just an exhibitor seeking new sales opportunities, SPREE is designed with you in mind!

Come for the new products showcased in the exhibit hall, the educational seminar program, the opportunity to conduct business and develop ongoing relationships, the fun and entertaining social events
and all of the excitement of Las Vegas. SPREE offers all this and more!

Who should attend the show?  Inventors with “retail ready” products interested in…

1. Exhibiting their inventions / products for opportunities to sell in carts, kiosks and gift shops. (Reserve your booth in the Inventors Zone by calling Debbie Lahti at (800) 936-6297 x 20)

2. Educational sessions and networking events to learn more about the $12 billion specialty retail industry.

Exhibiting in the Inventors Zone-

Entrepreneurs ready to take orders for their products should consider exhibiting. Your product may be good for the specialty retail market if it a) requires an explanation and is easily demonstrated, or b) is a product that is already understood, like a t-shirt or food item.

Learn all about this exciting industry-

Time: April 12, 2011 to April 14, 2011
Location: The Sands Expo Center at the Venetian
City/Town: Las Vegas, NV
Website or Map: http://spreeshow.com/
Phone: 800.936.6297 x 20
Event Type: expo
Organized By: Pinnacle Publishing Group

See you all there….

Always DREAM BIG!

Kim Babjak

Kim Babjak, and her team at KimCo LLC, are a multi-faceted product development company that offers a wide range of consulting in the areas of  “Mind 2 Market” product & business development. We help companies with product development, prototyping, and manufacturing overseas. With our vast retail buyer relationships, we can then assist with the product being placed into electronic retail (QVC), and big box retail outlets like Wal-Mart, Target, Home Depot and many others.With over 10+ years of retail experience and sourcing overseas, Kim Babjak and her team of professionals can help create successful product creation and placement.

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