MIAMI -- A bigger, well-attended International SHOPA Show, produced by the School, Home, & Office Products Associations, Dayton, Ohio, set an optimistic tone for retailers planning their orders for the 2001 season here. Qualified buyer attendance was expected to exceed last year's figures by 12% to 15%, said Steve Jacober, SHOPA president. He said international exhibitor presence was strong as well, making up 17% to 18% of the show floor, a slight increase from 15% last year. The number ...

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