Date change for Surfaces ’11

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DALLAS—Surfaces 2011 has some big changes in store for exhibitors and attendees as the show moves down the Vegas Strip to a new venue: the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. One thing that will not change, however, is the format in which the event in held.
In recent years, Surfaces has started on a Monday with its Educational Conference followed by the three-day exhibit hall. Next year’s show was originally scheduled to revert back to a Tuesday-through-Friday format but, after surveying customers, officials decided to keep the current Monday-to-Thursday format.
Surfaces ’11, along with StonExpo, will be held Jan. 24 to 27, 2011. For more information, call 866.860.1975.

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