Local Yarn Store Day is a celebration of local, brick and mortar yarn shops all over the world. The event brings customers into stores during a time of year when small retailers welcome a boost.
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When TNNA closed down in April some shop owners were unsure whether Local Yarn Store Day would continue, but the good news is this beloved event will keep going, drawing customers into local yarn stores.
Benjamin Levisay, CEO of XRX, announced today that the company will be putting on a trade show for the yarn industry in May 2021, stepping to fill the void left by TNNA.
TNNA announced that the organization will suspend operations as of April 30, 2020, due to declining membership, low attendance at shows, and the cancellation of the Summer Show due to COVID-19.
TNNA has decided to cancel its 2020 Summer Show due to concerns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and will alert member soon about possible refunds.
The National Needlearts Association will no longer hold its Winter Market and instead will have a pavilion for wholesalers on the show floor at Creativation 2020.
The scale of The National Needlearts Association (TNNA) summer trade show, held from June 13-17 for the first time in Cleveland was noticeably smaller this year in terms of attendance, booth size and the rise of small, indie companies.
he Winter TNNA (The National Needlearts Association) show felt completely different this year. But of course it would because the show happened in a new and different format from previous years. Instead of the traditional convention center / booth format, this year TNNA tried a hotel / suite format. Gwen Bortner was there and brings us this report.
Thinking about going to the next yarn or needlearts trade show? Check out our report on TNNA Spring, 2017.