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MYBRILLIANTSTAR AT AMERICASMART ATLANTA

MyBrilliantStar at AmericasMart Spring 2018

Vancouver, B.C., January 09, 2018

NEW SHOWROOM at The Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market 

This year MyBrilliantStar continues its commitment to AmericasMart Atlanta and moved with its Original Herrnhut Stars from a temporary booth to a permanent showroom. Now you can find us in Building 1, Floor 20, Showroom 20-C-4.

We are very excited about our new location that gives us the opportunity to present a larger selection of our products.

The Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market is the first and largest gift and home furnishings Market of the year, featuring more than 9,000 brands across all categories. It takes place between January 09-16, 2018, in Atlanta, Georgia. 

If you are there, please do not hesitate to visit us in Building 1, Showroom 20-C-4

AmericasMart Atlanta January 2018

Find more information about the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market here

Looking forward to seeing you there!
www.mybrilliantstar.com





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