(Filed Under Financial and General Interest News). The International Lingerie Show claimed its upcoming September show in Las Vegas “is going to be the largest ILS show in years,” as well as providing additional pricing information.
“There is both a hunger and excitement about getting back to Las Vegas and to seeing old friends. Exhibitors are signing up at a rate unseen in recent years,” according to the statement provided to BODY.
“Along with the “regulars,” we are getting contracts from new lines that even we did not know about. An exhibitor list will be published in about 30 days.”
As BODY previously reported, the event will be held at the Tuscany Resort Hotel and Casino on Monday and Tuesday, September 13th and 14th.
According to the new statement, “this is an all suite hotel where every room is twice the size of a normal luxury hotel room. The rate for buyers from Sunday to Wednesday is only $79, resort fee INCLUDED. Do not be fooled by low rates on the internet. A resort fee of $39 will added to those rates when you get to the hotel.” The show management emphasized “it will be the ONLY fall show for sexy lingerie and adult novelties.”
In our earlier report a spokesperson said the show already has “over a dozen” exhibitors signed up, and indicated that a 10 foot by 10 foot booth costs “around” $3500.
The latest statement concluded, “exhibitors who are interested in knowing more should call John Pace at (704) 635-4128 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no obligation to ask about the show. Buyers can pre-register, at no cost, at www.ilsshow.com. While there, you can link to the Tuscany or call them at (877) 887-2261 and give them the show code “0921NILS” to avoid the very expensive resort fee. Join us for a show like old times. With folks you know and great lines to see and buy.” — NM
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