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CANCELLED: NY NOW @ Javits Center

Due to the continued issues surrounding the Coronavirus Pandemic, the 2020 NY NOW and Shoppe Object trade shows have been cancelled. Interested attendees can review the press release with this news HERE.

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The NY Now: Retail Renaissance is bringing its Winter Showcase to the Javits Center for three full days and will bring the latest and greatest stuff from the Handmade, Home and Lifestyle vendors to your attention. As this is an Industry Only Trade Show, you’re going to want to check in with your favorite Lifestyle websites and their social networks. I humbly suggest you keep pace with “The Chronicles” via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter during this time.

CANCELLED: NY NOW @ Javits Center

Due to the continued issues surrounding the Coronavirus Pandemic, the 2020 NY NOW and Shoppe Object trade shows have been cancelled. Interested attendees can review the press release with this news HERE.

ny now logo

The NY Now: Retail Renaissance is bringing its Winter Showcase to the Javits Center for three full days and will bring the latest and greatest stuff from the Handmade, Home and Lifestyle vendors to your attention. As this is an Industry Only Trade Show, you’re going to want to check in with your favorite Lifestyle websites and their social networks. I humbly suggest you keep pace with “The Chronicles” via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter during this time.

CANCELLED: NY NOW @ Javits Center

Due to the continued issues surrounding the Coronavirus Pandemic, the 2020 NY NOW and Shoppe Object trade shows have been cancelled. Interested attendees can review the press release with this news HERE.

ny now logo

The NY Now: Retail Renaissance is bringing its Winter Showcase to the Javits Center for three full days and will bring the latest and greatest stuff from the Handmade, Home and Lifestyle vendors to your attention. As this is an Industry Only Trade Show, you’re going to want to check in with your favorite Lifestyle websites and their social networks. I humbly suggest you keep pace with “The Chronicles” via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter during this time.