“Liquidation Expo will provide an opportunity to buy and sell with companies dealing exclusively in excess inventory, bankruptcy proceedings and discounted general merchandise” said Dell Holden, Sales Manager, Liquidation Expo.
Los Angeles (PRWEB) May 26, 2010
Reflecting the current economic climate, Nielsen Expositions announces the second annual Liquidation Expo. The trade show offers over 150 booths with discount and close-out merchandise opportunities for buyers in an array of categories.
“Liquidation Expo will provide an opportunity to buy and sell with companies dealing exclusively in excess inventory, bankruptcy proceedings and discounted general merchandise” said Dell Holden, Sales Manager, Liquidation Expo. “ We are confident that by bringing these and many other qualified exhibitors together in the important domestic and international business hub of Southern California, the show will be beneficial for all in attendance.”
The event takes place at the Long Beach Convention Center from June 6-8, 2010, and will showcase leading suppliers in the US General merchandise industry, allowing retailers to take advantage of timely opportunities.
"As an exhibitor at the ASD Las Vegas shows for nearly 20 years, we know the value of well timed tradeshows,” said Lonnie Cruse, of Cruse Marketing. “The Liquidation Expo is perfectly positioned between the two major ASD shows and affords us yet another terrific opportunity to interact with more west coast customers."
Liquidation Expo is open to all wholesale buyers and sellers; admission is free of charge for all buyers.
Since 1961, ASD has been bringing buyers and sellers together to create the most dynamic B2B merchandise marketplace in the industry. The ASD shows and ASDSOURCEBOOK.COM are created by Nielsen Exhibitions, which produces leading trade shows in the markets served, including Merchandise, Jewelry, Design and Sports. Nielsen Expositions customers get market insight, expertise and access to build their business and connect with the most profitable customers. For more information, please visit, http://www.asdonline.com