CHICAGO -- A record number of buyers made "It Home" here for the 2000 International Housewares Show, Jan. 16 to 19. Preliminary figures put total buyer attendance up 10% over last year, with a 15% increase from international buyers, according to the National Housewares Manufacturers Association, Rosemont, Ill. Association president and chief operating officer Phil Brandl told SN during the second day of the show that domestic-buyer attendance was up 9%. The NHMA broke an attendance record ...

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