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Ex•Tracts Sets Sights on New York City

December 9, 2005

Ex•Tracts: Essentials for Spa, Home and Travel will take place at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York City, November 12-15, 2005. In conjunction with the International Hotel/Motel and Restaurant Show, the all-new edition of the established personal care and wellness show will feature cutting-edge spa products for hotels, resorts, day spas, wellness centers and home spas, expanding buying opportunities for both the professional and retail sectors of the hospitality and spa industries. Following a full-day industry conference-Spa Vision Forum-on Saturday, November 12, Ex•Tracts will present three days of exhibits, Sunday, Nov.13 through Tuesday, Nov.15. The show will feature 175 exhibitors, presenting more than 400 lines, and will attract approximately 10,000 attendees.
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