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Fall Extracts Show

November 14, 2005

The fall “Extracts: a tradeshow for aromatherapy, fragrance and personal care,” will be held Sept. 19-22 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention center in New York. Organized by George Little Management, White Plains, NY, the show will feature five seminars including “Trends: cosmeceuticals—redefining prestige skin care,” “Niche marketing: the growing men’s personal care market,” “Success strategies for working the show,” “Spa business: how to sell retail in your spa” and “Trends: color and design.” Extracts also in-cludes the “Only in New York” retail tour and opening night reception. The tradeshow features 200 exhibitors from around the world as well. Several shows will be held at the same time, including The New York Home Textiles Show and Surtex Gallery.
More info: (800) 272-SHOW; Web-site: www.extractsny.com. More ex-hibitor info: Elizabeth Murphy, (914) 421-3246; Fax: (914) 948-6289; E-
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