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The Agenda TradeShow gears up for 2nd installment in New York

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December 09, 2010 1:28 PM

Press Release:

 

LOS ANGELES (December2010) –Launched in 2003, The AGENDA TradeShow has catapulted onto the street fashion and footwear tradeshow circuit. Entering its eighth year, AGENDA continues to grow and is gearing up to return to New York City for AGENDA:NYC their second New York installment January 17th and 18th at the Chelsea Art Museum.

 

“We’re coming back bigger and better. Our launch in July 2010 opened to rave reviews and more than 2,000 attendees,” said Aaron Levant, AGENDA President. “The AGENDA New York experience is more contemporary than our West Coast show, a much stronger focus on streetwear and sneakers. Happening during men’s market week, AGENDA New York has been a great fit for our vendors, buyers and press.”

 

The independently owned AGENDA:NYC TradeShow features more than 80 brands such as RVCA, The Hundreds, Skullcandy, Crooks & Castles, Vans, LRG and Converse.

 

By January of 2012, AGENDA:NYC has plans to be as large as the West Coast show, which boasts more than 200 brands, including an increasingly strong women’s category.

 

AGENDA:NYC will be taking place January 17th and 18th, 2011 at the Chelsea Art Museum situated at 556 W. 22nd Street, New York. Please visit www.agendashow.com/nyc/ for more information.

 

About AGENDA:

The Agenda Tradeshow is a forum for the most inspired in the streetwear and action sports industries to unite. Lines speak for themselves and buyers are not intimidated by the usual overwhelming tradeshow experience. From the garage-run lines on the verge of explosion to the well-established elite, AGENDA caters to the needs of buyers and brands that exist on a higher level of design and aesthetic. With a strong emphasis in style, art, music and culture, the AGENDA experience is as much a lesson as it is a tool.

www.agendashow.com.

 

 


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