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Over 75 new exhibitors are on tap to exhibit at SIA.06. A large percentage of these exhibitors are new to SIA.06 having never experienced the intensity that personifies the SIA SnowSports Trade Show.
To date, there are 431 total exhibitors spread out over 334,000 square feet of exhibit space showcasing nearly 900 brands. SIA.06 has been sold out since March 2005, and these new and returning companies are happy to tout they will be part of the largest snow sports event in North America.
Many of the companies returning to the SIA SnowSports Trade Show provide various reasons for staging their comeback this year including: trends in the marketplace, economic stability, under new ownership and others. Newcomers are focused more on exposing new products and their brands to the core specialty retailer. â€œeesa chose to exhibit at SIA because it is THE tradeshow for the snow sports industry and will provide a great opportunity for eesa to interact with shops from all over North America,â€ said Stephen Cleary, brand | marketing enabler for eesa. â€œWe expect to show our line to 100+ specialty shops we have targeted in North America as being a good match for eesa in terms of shop credibility and the shops ability to support a premium brand such as eesa.â€
â€œWe chose to exhibit at SIA.06 because SIA provides RAILZ the best opportunity to meet with customers one on one and stay in tune with the snow sports industry,â€ said David Shipley, RAILZ owner. â€œWhile at Vegas, we expect to strengthen our relationships with existing customers and build new relationships as well to drive strong bookings. In addition, we hope to learn more about the industry and develop many relationships with other manufacturers and retailers.
Super Wednesday will once again provide the perfect opportunity to peruse the floor and perhaps meet some new players to the industry or visit old friends returning. Take the opportunity to search out new companies â€“ you never know what impact their product can have on your business. The full list includes:Adventure Action Gear, Avalanche Wear/AV Sportswear Inc., Bern Unlimited LLC, Blademaster – Guspro Inc, Bluebird Wax, Bordz Up, LLC, Cascade Designs, Charlton Co., LTD, Conte of Florence, Contemporary Shearling, Crocs Footwear, Defi Skis,Dubin North America, eesa, Ethos Distribution. FEYEM, Fortress Group, Go2 Sports, Inc, Hayes Brothers Snowboards, High Society Freeride Company, Hot Headz of America, Inc., HOTWEARS i.e. distribution, Ibex Outdoor Clothing LLC, ICE WEAR, Icebox/Dohm, Indo Board Balance Trainer, Kamazu Fashion Inc, Kenyon Consumer Products, Killtec NA Inc., Kiss My Face Corporation, KTActive Co, Kuji Sports Co. Ltd., Lasting Sock Inc, Liberty Skis Corporation, Life-Link / Croakies, Marx Boarding Ltd, Maxine Of Canada, MDI Products LLC, Mitsui, Moriarty Hat & Sweater Co., New Balance Performance Outerwear, Nirvanna Designs, Northern Cap and Glove, Peter Grimm Headwear, Phorm Activated Apparel, PriMar LLC, Radically Inclined, Raffaelo Leather & Fur, RAILZ, Reima, Renee’s Accessories, SBC Media, SchÃ¶nes, ScottyBob’s Handcrafted Skis, Section 8 Snowboard Company LLC, Sepia, Shag Sportswear, LLC, Shelter Layering Systems, Shock Doctor Inc, Silva, SKI-PAL, Inc, Skullcandy, SnowSkirts LLC, SportLegs, Taara, Inc, TallySoft, VAS Entertainment, Vaughn Outdoor, LLC, VIST North America, WALK-EZ International, Inc, Wen-D Enterprises LLC, Westbeach Sports Inc., Wooly Bully Wear and Yakima Products.