Architects and interior designers invited to bring clients to Coverings

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Alexandria, Va. — Coverings, the international tile and stone expo and conference, has effectively set itself apart from the trade show pack with “Bring Your Client to Coverings” — the one opportunity consumers can sneak a peek at what their architects and interior designers are privy to in this decorative building materials category. Coverings 2012 convenes April 17 through April 20 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, and registered A+D attendees can be joined by up to two client guests daily as they peruse the introductions of hundreds of global exhibitors representing more than 50 countries. Attendance for all is free.

“The ‘Bring Your Client to Coverings’ program is always a huge hit with A+D show goers,” said Karen Fendrich, show director of Coverings, “because it keeps their clients involved in the design process and exposes them to the wealth of options and resources available in the marketplace. On the flip side, for consumers in the company of their designers, it’s an eye-opener that helps them appreciate the challenge of editing through the vast crop of choices and hone in on what’s best suited for their projects. This program is yet another example of Coverings’ singular dedication to cultivating an enriching environment for everyone who’s interested in tile and stone.”

Visit www.coverings.com or www.facebook.com/CoveringsShow.

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