Welcome to a new experience for you and your company! The Atlanta Shoe Market (TASM) has been named the 10th largest Shoe & Accessory Show in the world. We have more lines, more variety and more opportunity that meets the needs of both the Retailer and the Exhibitor. If you’re in the shoe or accessory business, there is only one place for you to do business…. The Atlanta Shoe Market.
Held twice a year at the Cobb Galleria Convention Centre and the Renaissance Waverly Hotel, shoe manufacturers exhibit the latest in footwear styles as well as accessories and handbags.
The Fashionada Collection features designer brand fashions located in the beautiful Renaissance Waverly Hotel. What sets TASM apart from any other show in the United States is that everything is under one roof as the Cobb Galleria Convention Center is connected to the Renaissance Waverly Hotel.
TASM has over 1500 lines represented ranging from salon to branded business which includes women’s, men’s, athletic, children’s and accessories… everything the retailer needs to see for the upcoming season. This show is viewed as a “writing show” both by the manufacturers and retailers as the manufacturers not only have time to meet with retailers, they anticipate it.
This show is produced by a membership driven association, Southeastern Shoe Travelers Association, therefore, we are very conscientious of keeping the cost of the tradeshow within reason for our exhibitors. We are also pleased to offer both complimentary parking and continental breakfast each morning.
We at The Atlanta Shoe Market look forward to you becoming a part of this fast growing organization.
Fashionada Meeting Rooms are located adjacent to the registration area in the Cobb Galleria Centre
Fashionada Meeting Rooms 101, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112 - $1,075
Fashionada Meeting Room 120 - $1,325
Fashionada Meeting Rooms 103, 104, 105 - $2,625
The Shoe Court: Suites A, C & D - $1500 each, Suite B - $3500
The Southeastern Shoe Travelers Association (SESTA) was founded in 1942 “to promote the best interests and welfare of its members” and “encourage a spirit of cooperation among those engaged in the distribution of shoes and kindred merchandise.”
SESTA’s primary activity is sponsoring a bi-annual market in Atlanta. Over the years, this trade show has grown in size to become one of the world’s ten largest shoe trade fairs. In 2000, the SESTA board of directors voted to change the name of the tradeshow to the North American Shoe & Accessory Market. In 2007, the board voted to re-brand the show with the name by which it is most often referred to within the industry, The Atlanta Shoe Market.
Today, SESTA boasts more than 750 members. The membership is comprised of industry shoe representatives and is governed by a board of directors elected by the general membership at the annual SESTA general membership meeting in August.