Location: Las Vegas Convention Center

Date of Event: 08/20/2012-08/23/2012

Products: Fibers, Yarns, Fabrics, Apparel, Footwear and Accessories

Project Officer: Kim-Bang Nguyen 202-482-4805

Official Show Website:

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Sourcing in the Americas
U.S. Department of Commerce Americas Pavilion
MAGIC Sourcing Show
August 20-23, 2012
Las Vegas, Nevada

The U.S. Department of Commerce and MAGIC are hosting a MADE IN THE AMERICAS Pavilion that highlights the United States and Western Hemisphere supply chain network. The Pavilion will showcase apparel, footwear, fabric, home textiles and yarn mills, trims & component suppliers, and related service providers.

Exhibitors in the AMERICAS Pavilion are offered a “turn-key” package at a reduced rate of $3,900
(a value of $5,700), a 46% price savings for Western Hemisphere suppliers only

The following items are included in this basic booth package:
    10x10 Custom exhibit space
    ● 1 table
    ● 3 chairs
    ● 1 waste basket
    ● 1 booth sign
    ● 2 lights
    ● booth carpet
    ● 500 watts of electrical
    ● 300 lbs of complimentary drayage (product only)
    ● Complete set up and dismantle labor

    Hang bars, rolling racks and shelves are not included. However, companies can order these items from GES for a small fee. If you have any questions, please contact: Ana Uribe prior to the deadline of May 25, 2012 (Extended until June 15, 2012) for accessory pricing.

Registration deadline: May 25, 2012 Extended until June 15, 2012

To participate and reserve a booth, please contact Kim-Bang Nguyen or Ana Uribe for an application:

Kim-Bang Nguyen
U.S. Department of Commerce
Office of Textiles and Apparel
Email: Kim-bang.nguyen@trade.gov
Tel: 202-482-4805
Ana Uribe
Email: auribe@magiconline.com
Tel: 310-857-7653

Office of Textiles and Apparel
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Following tremendous success from last year’s first-ever organized Americas Sourcing Supply Chain Summit and Pavilion, Under Secretary Francisco J. Sánchez returned to the MAGIC Sourcing show this August to build upon that success, and to bring a focus on “Made-in-USA” products.
Under Secretary Sanchez participated in the “Made-In-USA” panel along with the Mayor of LA, Antonio Villaraigosa, and other expert panelists to highlight the importance of “Made-In-USA”, and to discuss options and strategies to promote U.S. manufacturing competitiveness.
The Under Secretary and the Mayor of LA also carried out the ribbon cutting honors along with representatives from the MAGIC organization to open the Sourcing show in Las Vegas, August 20-23, 2012. The Department of Commerce, Office of Textiles and Apparel, again assisted in organizing the Americas Pavilion with tremendous success. The Americas pavilion this year featured more than 80 companies, including 40 U.S. textile firms and several from Central and South America and Mexico.

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