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The American Made Show moves to D.C.

The American Made Show, formerly known as the Buyers Market of American Craft, is relocating indefinitely in 2015 to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

The trade show, presented by Buyers Market, is scheduled for Jan. 16-19, 2015.

“This is more like a homecoming than a move, in our mind,” show director Rebecca Mercado said in a statement. “The convention center will be transformed into a bustling marketplace filled with the finest American-made crafts just blocks from national monuments and museums that house some of the most exquisite American-made products produced centuries ago.”

The show features products for the home and garden, jewelry and fashion, and kitchenware.

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