ASD Las Vegas

ASD Las Vegas

3/16/2014 – 3/19/2014
6255 Sunset Blvd., 19th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Phone: 1-800-748-5058, 323-817-1993; Fax: 310-481-1924

Since 1961, ASD has grown into one of the nation’s largest merchandise trade events in the industry, with over 2800 exhibitors & 45,000 retailers from all over the world attending the bi-annual event, held in March & August. ASD is a robust and growing marketplace that brings together the world’s widest variety of merchandise from more than 2,800 vendors in one efficient, consumer-products tradeshow. Here buyers from every retail and distribution channel can find what they need for their core markets plus discover new product categories and unique suppliers to diversify and freshen their merchandise mix, boost impulse and point-of-purchase sales and increase profits. ASD showcases the following merchandise categories: Gift & Home; Fashion Accessories; Jewelry / Cash & Carry; Health & Beauty; Toys & Novelty; General Merchandise; Closeouts & Liquidations. ASD buyers come from all over the world and represent nearly every type of retail channel, large and small. ASD’ draws the widest variety of buyers including: specialty gift shops, drug stores, convenience stores, college & university gift stores, florists, grocery stores, hardware stores, luggage stores, party and paper stores, hotel/casino/cruise lines, souvenir stores, tattoo salons, hair salons, thrift stores, toy and hobby stores jewelry stores and general stores, just to name a few.

Find Everything. Buy Anything–Here.

ASD Las Vegas brings the world’s widest variety of merchandise together in one efficient consumer-goods trade show that’s as easy to shop as it is to love. Loaded with quality choices at every price point, this well-established trade event continues to grow, attracting tens of thousands of loyal attendees from every retail and distribution channel who come here to discover new suppliers, new product categories—and new ways to profit.

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6 replies
  1. Rashedul
    Rashedul says:

    Provided it doesn’t cost more, I’d actually prfeer to have my Android app purchases on my phone bill. There is still the choice of paying directly with paypal/card, but at least there would be another option.

  2. says:

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  3. says:

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  4. says:

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