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Spring trade show set for Secaucus

February 16, 2011

By Staff Reporter

The largest jackpot in gift industry history, $100,000 in cash and prizes, will be given away at The Ireland Show, which will be held April 28 to May 1 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Secaucus, N.J.

The annual event features merchandise from 190 exhibitors of products made in Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England.

Merchandise will include jewelry, china, crystal, metalware, apparel, gourmet, stationery, music, candles, religious goods, baby items, collectibles, perfume, linens, heraldic goods, Christmas, general giftware, and framed wall art.

Exhibitors will include Abbey Press, Bewley’s Irish Imports, Branigan Weavers, Bridgets of Erin, Celtic & Heraldic Jewellery, Caithness Glass, Corabbey Irish Linen Craft, Donigal Parian China, Forde Crafts, Galway Irish Crystal, Hats of Ireland, Harley of Scotland, Irish Food Company, J.G. Walsh and Sons, Judy Green Pottery, Keltic Leather Crafts, Mullingar Pewter, Reed & Barton Corporation, Royal Tara China, St. Nicholas Gifts, Solvar Jewellery, Tinnakennly Leathers, Ulster Linen Company and Wicklow Vale Pottery.

Each order will entitle the retailer to a chance to win cash and prizes amounting to more than $100,000.

Retailers can register on site, or pre-register by faxing their business cards to Michael McNicholas at (212) 371-6398, or e-mailing credentials to mich’l.mcnicholas@enteprise-ireland.com. Or, call Michael McNicholas at (212) 371-3600.

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