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Visual New York merges with NADI

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Members of Visual New York have decided to join forces with the National Association of Display Industries (Hollywood, Fla.) to create a more effective, unified voice for the visual merchandising industry.

As part of the agreement, VNY will wrap up its activities and work directly with NADI and its board of directors in representing the interests of New York visual and store fixture showrooms.

“We believe we can be more effective as one voice for the visual merchandising industry and for the New York showrooms by working within NADI,” said David Terveen, president of VNY and DK Display (New York).

Dan Evans, president of NADI and joint llc Inc. (New York), noted that “NADI has always supported the efforts of the visual merchandising industry in the greater New York area and continues to do so with our sponsorship of the new StoreXpo planned for this December.”

Produced by VM+SD magazine and sponsored by NADI, StoreXpo is the next step for the 50-year-old New York Winter Market tradition and includes participating Manhattan showrooms. Those interested in attending StoreXpo may learn more and download a free pass at www.storexpo.info. Companies interested in sponsorship or exhibiting opportunities should contact Jennifer Robinson at 800-925-1110, ext. 367, 513-263-9367; fax: 770-416-0337; or e-mail: jennifer.robinson@stmediagroup.com.

NADI is an international, not-for-profit association representing the visual merchandising industry since 1942. Its membership includes manufacturers, suppliers and retailers involved in the visual merchandising industry. VNY, also a non-profit, has promoted the visual merchandising industry in New York since its founding in 1993.

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