ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Industry reaction is mixed on whether Orlando, Fla., would be a better venue for the International Housewares Show, now held in Chicago.
ed within five miles of Disney World.
"We have been in Chicago for a significant period of time, but it has been an environment where there have not been alternates," said Phil Brandl, president of the NHMA. "The housewares show has enjoyed its time in Chicago, and we do view Chicago as a world-class venue; however, [Orlando] is a new ...
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