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Overview

We do things big in Texas, and Dallas Market Center is no exception! Inside you will find the most innovative products from every category imaginable housed in our four buildings: World Trade Center, Trade Mart, International Trade Plaza and Market Hall. We have so much to offer you; it takes 100 acres to house it all.

Trade Mart is home to hundreds of showrooms featuring gifts, decorative accents, lighting, tabletop and stationery. Opened in 1959, its four floors surround an atrium called The Grand Pavilion at the Trade Mart, featuring the largest indoor marketplace pond complete with live fish and palm trees. Many special events are held here including the Dallas Fashion Awards gala, ARTS Awards gala and private parties. 

Consumers flock to Market Hall for popular boat, bridal, car and home and garden shows. This is the only building on the campus opened to the public, hosting more than 60 consumer shows each year and housing temporary trade shows during market weeks. It opened in 1960 and contains 202,000 square feet. Want to know what shows are coming up? Take a look at the Market Hall calendar of events.

World Trade Center is the tallest building on the Dallas Market Center campus. Originally opened in 1974, it was expanded from 7 to 15 floors in 1979, totaling 3.1 million square feet. Nine of its floors house showrooms of gifts, decorative accents, lighting, furniture, rugs, textiles, fabric, jewelry, toys and design furnishings

Opened in January 1999, The Plaza is the rebirth of Dallas Market Center’s original building, the Home Furnishings Mart (opened in 1957). Connected to World Trade Center on two floors, the 440,000-square-foot, two-story building is the only U.S. marketplace dedicated to the permanent floral and holiday décor industries. Dallas Holiday & Home Expo® is hosted here twice a year.
 

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Jun 20, 2016

Laura Van Zeyl to Join Dallas Market Center as Vice President, Lighting

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Laura Van Zeyl to Join Dallas Market Center as Vice President, Lighting

Dallas, TX (June 20, 2016) Dallas Market Center, home to the largest residential lighting marketplace in North America, today announced that industry veteran Laura Van Zeyl will join the company as Vice President of Lighting Technology Development and Marketing, effective July 30.

Van Zeyl will be responsible for leasing, marketing, and overall strategy for the lighting marketplace of manufacturer showrooms located in the Trade Mart building as well as the twice annual Lightovation: Dallas International Lighting Show. The position reports to Eva Walsh, EVP leasing and marketing.

Lightovation is the largest residential lighting trade event in North America and features the latest new styles and innovations from hundreds of major fixture and portable lighting companies. Each year thousands of buyers visit the nearly one million square foot Dallas marketplace. In addition to serving the retail buying community, new efforts are underway to serve the increasing number of interior designers who visit Dallas Market Center each month as well as to add technology exhibitors for smart lighting and the intelligent home.

As the synergies between lighting and technology continue to evolve and create an explosive new market for both smart lighting and home automation, the opportunity to expand into showcasing additional resources for the connected home is a natural business evolution for Dallas Market Center. This year the “smart home” market for devices and services is valued at over $9 billion, with expectations of growth of more than 21% annually through 2020 according to Statista.com.

“Laura brings to this position a unique combination of relationships, ideas and experience to support a dynamic marketplace with tremendous momentum,” Cindy Morris, president and CEO of Dallas Market Center, said. “As we continue to innovate and to build new opportunities we are fortunate to have her as part of the team. Creating year-round business opportunities and showcasing new technologies will help advance our mission of maximizing buying and selling by the world’s best manufacturers, sales representatives and retailers.”

“This new role continues my commitment to the lighting industry, which has been the cornerstone of my entire career,” Laura Van Zeyl said. “A vibrant marketplace is critical to the success of the industry, and I look forward to spearheading the ongoing advancement of Lightovation and Dallas Market Center as new opportunities continue to take shape.”

Laura was previously publisher/editorial director of Residential Lighting and Home Fashion Forecast magazines, and she has been covering the lighting and home furnishings industries since 1993. In 2011, she served as a judge for Lighting for Tomorrow, the industry competition for innovative and energy efficient lighting organized by the American Lighting Association, the Consortium for Energy Efficiency, and UL. In 2014, she was named one of "100 Women of Inspiration" by Today's Chicago Woman magazine.

Currently, Laura serves on the Board and as Membership Chair for ART – The Creative Home Furnishings Network. She also serves on the Advisory Board for The H Foundation, a charity founded by Horton's Home Lighting in LaGrange, IL. Each year, The H Foundation produces the Goombay Bash, which has raised almost $6.5 million for basic science cancer research over 15 years.

Nicole Bowling has been named Editor-in-Chief of Residential Lighting and Home Fashion Forecast magazines, effective July 1. Learn more about that story here:

http://www.residentiallighting.com/bowling-named-eic-van-zeyl-joins-dmc

To learn more about Lightovation watch our latest video, visit the Lightovation Facebook event page and download the Lightovation app.

For a full list of special events and product offerings, visit the Dallas Market Center website. To prepare for Market in Dallas, download the Dallas Market App. Also, keep up-to-date on all information by visiting Dallas Market Center on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Feb 17, 2016

Dallas’ Combined March Market Offers New Buying Opportunities

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Dallas’ Combined March Market Offers New Buying Opportunities

Dallas, TX (February 17, 2016)  New buying opportunities, exclusive resources and the latest trends in apparel, gift and home will be available at Dallas Market Center’s combined Apparel & Accessories and Total Home & Gift Markets March 30 – April 2.

“March Market is a unique opportunity for buyers to expand their product assortment with inventory beyond their usual breadth,” Cindy Morris president and CEO of Dallas Market Center said. “With new lines and resources, the Market provides fresh inspiration and discovery with the latest and most desired products across every category.”

Apparel retailers can discover add-ons in gift, home and gourmet with featured lines including Ink + Alloy, Bloomingville, Core Home and Pavilion Gift and gift while home retailers have the opportunity to source apparel and accessories from highly sought after lines including Gi Gi New York, Sorrelli, Katy Grey, Elise M. and Escape Watches.

A number of networking opportunities, special events and seminars will be available to market attendees including a wearable trends accessories preview, a fall trend fashion show and several ecommerce seminars including: 4 steps to start selling online, the do’s and don’ts of effective email marketing, revamp your website design and the power of Pinterest.

The combined market features an exclusive array of product offerings from luxury gift, home accents, furniture, housewares, gourmet to apparel, footwear and fashion accessories. Buyers will also be able to shop baby, children and juvenile products at the overlapping KidsWorld Market and western apparel and accessories at the Western Market.

For a complete list of events, visit the Dallas Market Center website or download the Dallas Market App. Also, keep up-to-date on all market information by visiting Dallas Market Center on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

About Dallas Market Center

Founded in 1957, Dallas Market Center is the world’s most complete wholesale marketplace. Within its marketplace of more than five million square feet, retailers from around the globe source products ranging from home furnishings, gifts, decorative accessories and lighting to textiles, fashion accessories and men's, western, women's and children's apparel. With more than 50 markets each year attended by more than 200,000 retail buyers from all 50 states and 85 countries, Dallas Market Center offers hundreds of events and seminars geared toward helping retailers expand business and increase profits. The Dallas Market Center website is available at dallasmarketcenter.com.
 

Jan 18, 2016

Key Promotions at Dallas Market Center Includes Four New VPs

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Key Promotions at Dallas Market Center Includes Four New VPs

Dallas, TX (January 18, 2016) Dallas Market Center recently announced promotions recognizing hard work and industry leadership to create more focused and efficient teams.

“Each of these industrious and resourceful individuals are invaluable members of our team,” Cindy Morris president and CEO of Dallas Market Center said. “They play an important leadership role in the growth of our core business and they will continue to support our marketplace momentum in their new roles.”

Four vice presidents were announced, creating industry leads within the marketing division and enabling more strategic and nimble teams.

Amy Harper, now vice president of marketing, apparel & accessories, will play an important part in growing and maintaining the fashion business across all major categories.

Michael Bauer, now vice president of marketing, home & design, will continue to elevate Dallas Market Centers’ key relationships among home décor retailers, manufacturers, and interior designers.

Richard Wisnieski, now vice president of marketing, gift, will maintain relationships with key gift manufactures and exhibitors as well as oversee gift buyer relations.

Meredith King, now vice president of major stores & events, will develop and expand critical partnerships with major stores and buying groups and ensure key buyers experience an elevated event experience at market.

In addition to these announcements, Dallas Market Center elevated three company veterans to senior vice president roles including Donna Foster, in human resources, Bob Storer in protective services and Jeff Bachman in information technology. Two new senior directors, Ron Fuller in lease administration and Ruthie Tezeno in business services, were also promoted.

For a complete list of events, visit the Dallas Market Center website or download the Dallas Market App. Also, keep up-to-date on all market information by visiting Dallas Market Center on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

About Dallas Market Center
Founded in 1957, Dallas Market Center is the world’s most complete wholesale marketplace. Within its marketplace of more than five million square feet, retailers from around the globe source products ranging from home furnishings, gifts, decorative accessories and lighting to textiles, fashion accessories and men's, western, women's and children's apparel. With more than 50 markets each year attended by more than 200,000 retail buyers from all 50 states and 85 countries, Dallas Market Center offers hundreds of events and seminars geared toward helping retailers expand business and increase profits. The Dallas Market Center website is available at dallasmarketcenter.com.
 

Jan 13, 2016

More than 650 Temps at Dallas’ Total Home & Gift Market in January

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More than 650 Temps at Dallas’ Total Home & Gift Market in January

Dallas, TX (January 13, 2016)  Dallas Market Center hosts more than 650 temps at the Total Home & Gift Market this January including new lines and showrooms across every category.

“The temp show is where it all begins for brands, companies and designers,” Cindy Morris president and CEO of Dallas Market Center said. “With newly renovated spaces and new resources the temp show provides hundreds of new resources for buyers, and provides exhibitors access to thousands of loyal buyers.”

LUXE Home Gallery will debut with the latest trends in high-end home décor. With its convenient location in the WTC atrium, LUXE Home Gallery boasts cutting-edge and in-demand home décor items from brands including Namuh, Pegaso Art, Empressive Geo Designs, Orchids America and Wish Designs.

In a newly expanded and redesigned space on the sixth floor, the home temps are brighter and livelier than ever. Featuring an open environment and unparalleled ambiance, the home temps are attracting buyers with the latest in home from such brands as Zuhaus, Cloud 9 Design, What I Can C 2, Western Imports and J. Alexander. Also on six is the return of the American Made Showroom featuring dozens of artisans.

From market to mainstream fast fashion is on the rise with stylish and contemporary collections that are readily available in the fashion temps on thirteen. With a large assortment of apparel, the fashion temps are a must stop for fashion insiders. Lines this January will include Umgee, Entro, 2B Clothing, Hem & Thread and By Together.

An expanded array of temps from vintage and antiques to boutique fashion and cash & carry will be readily available at Market Hall. Items can be purchased from the floor and taken home the same day. Find exclusive merchandise from Whimsey Shoppe, Counter Culture, Dian Malouf, Double D Ranchwear, Southern Roots, E Newton and many more.

For a complete list of events, visit the Dallas Market Center website or download the Dallas Market App. Also, keep up-to-date on all market information by visiting Dallas Market Center on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

About Dallas Market Center
Founded in 1957, Dallas Market Center is the world’s most complete wholesale marketplace. Within its marketplace of more than five million square feet, retailers from around the globe source products ranging from home furnishings, gifts, decorative accessories and lighting to textiles, fashion accessories and men's, western, women's and children's apparel. With more than 50 markets each year attended by more than 200,000 retail buyers from all 50 states and 85 countries, Dallas Market Center offers hundreds of events and seminars geared toward helping retailers expand business and increase profits. The Dallas Market Center website is available at dallasmarketcenter.com.
 

Jan 11, 2016

Global Views Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Expansion of Studio|A Home

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Industry Stars Share the Stage at the 27th Annual ARTS Awards

Dallas, TX (January 6, 2016)  ART and Dallas Market Center, co-founder and producer of the ARTS Awards, today announced the presenters for the 27th annual ARTS Awards to be held Friday, January 22, 2016 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas. The ARTS Awards stage will be shared by 17 industry icons including Robert Verdi, Kelli Ellis, Lori Dennis and Jeffrey Allan Marks along with designers, retailers and industry pioneers for a memorable star-studded event.

Robert Verdi will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the evening. Known for his celebrity stylings, lifestyle expertise and TV appearances, Verdi is a self-educated designer who began his interior design journey at ABC Carpet and Home in NYC. A highly regarded entertainer and design authority, Verdi has designed spaces for Sandra Bernhard, Bobby Flay and Cynthia Rowley focusing on proportion and functionality as his design trademark.

Presenters will include the following:

Kelli Ellis

Interior designer and lifelong traveler, Ellis’ style represents the epitome of livable luxury and casual international style. Ellis’ celebrity and discerning clientele base benefits from her extensive world travels, which brings pieces of exquisite furniture, dramatic artwork and unique accessories to create thoughtful havens. Ellis is also a co-creator of Design Campus Live, the world’s leading design conference.

Lori Dennis

A top interior designer, speaker and best-selling author, Dennis specializes in green, luxury and high-end interior architecture. Dennis, a multiple award winning designer, and has been profiled in magazines, websites and on television across six continents. Dennis is also a co-creator of Design Campus Live, the world’s leading design conference.

Jeffery Alan Marks

A trendsetter for over two decades, Marks is known internationally for designing and sourcing exclusive and unique elements from around the globe. Marks’ unique eye for combining subdued traditional elegance with contemporary edgy accents has earned him recognition as one of today’s most influential and important American designers.

Rebecca Robeson

CEO and lead designer for Robeson Design, Robeson is one of the most talented and creative interior designers on the West Coast. Robeson has dedicated her efforts to customizing interior finishes, furnishings, window treatments, area rugs, art, and accessories that are significant to the homeowner and inspire an experience of luxury living that becomes both intimately real and personal.

Sharrah Robeson

Director of marketing for Robeson Design, Robeson is a highly motivated social media and marketing strategist. With her keen understanding of marketing and social media, Robeson was recruited by Rebecca Robeson, her mother, to manage Robeson Design’s burgeoning social platforms and strategically guide their future marketing endeavors.

Randall Whitehead

An internationally known architectural lighting designer, Whiteheads’ work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Art & Antiques and House Beautiful. Whitehead inspires the lighting community with his humorous approach to the world of design and has regular appearances on the Discovery Channel, CNN, HGTV and Martha Stewart Living Radio. Whitehead also writes a monthly column for Residential Lighting Magazine, “Last Word in Lighting”.

Jason Harris

Playing an active role in his family founded Furnitureland South, the world’s largest furniture store in the 1960’s, Harris has grown up in the furniture industry. As one of the founders of The Design Network, Harris envisioned a network that could intimately connect the viewer, the tastemaker, and the purveyors who are leaders in the home design space.

Lois Del Negro

Founder and CFO of Global Views, Del Negro has helped establish the company as a cutting-edge purveyor of high-end goods. Del Negro has led the development of rapid growth for their hospitality division which has positioned the company as a leader in accessories, lighting and furniture.

Shay Geyer

Geyers, owner and designer at IBB Design Fine Furnishings, has a passion for interiors and interior products inspired by traveling, the arts, and her family and friends. Geyer is known for her “livable luxe” style of infusing unique elements and statement pieces that offer comfortable living. Geyer has been the design expert for WFAA’s Good Morning Texas since 2006 and her design segments can be seen on the show every Friday morning.

Doug Glassman

A former ARTS Awards recipient for “Sales Representative of the Year” in the West Coast category, Glassman, the owner of The Glassman Group and a Northern California sales representative for Fine Arts Lamps, Hubbardton Forge, Savoy House Lighting, Modern Forms and WAC, sets the industry standards for sales across the country.

Denise McGaha

Denise McGaha of Denise McGaha Interiors delivers fashionable, diverse, and adventurous designs, specializing in concierge-level service delivered in 90 days or less. McGaha is consistently ahead of the curve not only with influencing interior fashion, but often dictating it as well.

Rene Quintana

As president and COO of Fine Arts Lamps, a premier U.S. manufacturer of designer lighting, Quintana has overseen worldwide sales, marketing, quality, purchasing, manufacturing, product development, engineering, facilities, inventory control and shipping helping the company create a global marketplace with universal design appeal.

Michael Di Paulo

An ARTS Awards finalist and owner of Homefest in Denver, Co., a furniture company that showcases home accents and furniture, Di Paulo has reinvented the standards for home furnishings with warm, inviting and perfectly curated collections of merchandise.

Susan Andrulis

President of the ART Board of Directors and national sales manager at IMAX Corporation, Andrulis’ hands-on personable approach to sales has attributed to her success along with her passion for business driven initiatives. Andrulis continues to set the bar for sales leadership and new business opportunities.

Cindy Morris

Cindy Morris is the chief executive officer responsible for the leasing, marketing, lease administration, information technology, and human resources divisions at Dallas Market Center. Joining Market Center Management Company (MCMC) in April 1989, Morris has progressed her career as the corporate advertising account executive, advertising director for the apparel industry, and vice president of marketing for the apparel industry to become the president and CEO of Dallas Market Center.

Sharon Davis

Since 1993, Davis has served as the executive director for ARTS and has continued to help recognize leaders in the home furnishing industry and foster relationship building with her persistent support and dedication to the ARTS Awards.


ARTS Awards, developed by the non-profit ART and produced by Dallas Market Center, is the premier international awards program for the home industry – honoring designers, manufacturers, retailers and sales representatives – and is held each January during the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market. The ARTS Awards black-tie gala is attended by nearly 700 industry leaders who are among the tens of thousands of Market attendees.

The 27th annual ARTS Awards are sponsored by enLIGHTenment, FANDECK, Gifts & Decorative Accessories, Giftware News, HFN, Home Fashion Forecast, Home & Textiles Today, Home Accents Today, Lyon Credit Services, Residential Lighting and the Sustainable Furnishings Council.

About Dallas Market Center

Founded in 1957, Dallas Market Center is the world’s most complete wholesale marketplace. Within its marketplace of more than five million square feet, retailers from around the globe source products ranging from home furnishings, gifts, decorative accessories and lighting to textiles, fashion accessories and men's, western, women's and children's apparel. With more than 50 markets each year attended by more than 200,000 retail buyers from all 50 states and 85 countries, Dallas Market Center offers hundreds of events and seminars geared toward helping retailers expand business and increase profits. The Dallas Market Center website is available at dallasmarketcenter.com.

About ART

ART is the creative home furnishings network representing manufacturers, retailers, representatives and other individuals and companies interested in promoting and enhancing the market position of the home furnishings industry. Each year ART sponsors programs such as the ART conference, regional educational seminars, the ART card and the ARTS Awards. The ART website is available at www.accessoriesresourceteam.org.


About the ARTS Awards

The ARTS Awards is the premier international awards program dedicated to the home industry. Up to 27 categories exist under the headings Manufacturer, Retailer, Product Designer, Interior Designer, Sales Representative, Rising Star, Green and Academy of Achievement. Anyone in the industry can nominate including manufacturers, retailers, sales representatives, designers, suppliers, consultants and other industry officials. Academy of Achievement and Rising Star honorees are selected by an ARTS Awards committee each year. Companies that have won an ARTS Award five times are inducted into the Hall of Fame. Hall of Fame members are: Arteriors, BJ’s Home Accents, C.S. Wo & Sons, Distinctive Designs International Inc., Feizy Rugs, Fine Art Lamps, Global Views, Montaage, Natural Decorations Inc., Palecek, Paragon, Robb & Stucky and Schonbek Worldwide Lighting.
 

Nov 17, 2015

Opportunity for Growth and Innovation in the Lighting Industry

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Opportunity for Growth and Innovation in the Lighting Industry

Dallas, TX (Nov. 17, 2015) Dallas Market Center today announced the details of Lightovation, the Dallas International Lighting Show, to be held January 20-24, 2016. The Market offers thousands of domestic and international buyers unmatched lighting resources as well as educational seminars presented by the American Lighting Association (ALA), featured guest speaker Randall Whitehead and strategic opportunities to network with fellow buyers, lighting professionals, manufacturers and reps.
 
New showrooms include:

  • Kuzco Lighting, TM 3327
  • AFX, TM 4713
  • Lumenno, TM 4432.11
  • Acuity Brands, TM 4432.06
  • Wind River Fans, TM 4432.08
  • EzClipse, TM 4432.10
  • SPJ Lighting, TM 4432.03
  • Seed Designs, TM 4432.14
  • RenWil - 4432.09

 
Expanded/relocated showrooms include:

  • Capital Lighting, TM 3931
  • Avenue Lighting, TM 3521
  • Arteriors, TM 3941
  • WAC, TM 3101
  • Origina Canada, TM 4525
  • Primo Gas Lanterns, TM 3800
  • Philips Lighting, TM 4026
  • Stone Lighting, TM 3383
  • Arclite, TM 4432.13
  • Kemp, TM 4432.07

 
Randall Whitehead, Internationally known for his architectural lighting expertise shares his passion and countless years of experience in the lighting industry in a speaking engagement at Lightovation. As a regular guest expert on the Discovery Channel, CNN, HGTV, Martha Stewart Radio and author to seven books, Whitehead leads the way with his extensive comprehension of lighting applications.

ALA will present several educational seminars during Market for a fee of $49 for members and $74 for non-members in World Trade Center 3-345. To register, visit the ALA website. Sessions include:

  • “Five Impact Areas Facing Today’s Lighting Showrooms” presented by Mark Okun, Wednesday, January 20, 4:00-5:30 p.m.
  • “Personal Goal Setting to Achieve Massive Results” presented by Mark Okun, Thursday, January 21, 8:00-9:30 a.m.
  • “Residential Lighting Design Rules of Thumb for Every Room in the House” presented by Joe Rey-Barreau, Thursday, January 21, 4:00-5:30 p.m.
  • “Facts and Myths Regarding Dimming of LED Lighting: How to Resolve Your LED Dimming Challenges” presented by Joe Rey-Barreau, Friday, January 22, 8:00-9:30 a.m.

Buyers and exhibitors are invited to attend the Lighting After Dark party at the Sheraton Downtown, the official market hotel for the lighting industry, on Thursday, January 21 at 8 p.m. to enjoy cocktails and networking with fellow lighting professionals, manufacturers, buyers and reps. Special discounted rates are available at other hotel properties and buyers should contact Amy Galindo at agalindo@mcmcmail.com for more information.

In addition to the Lighting After Dark Party, the 27th annual ARTS Awards gala will be held on Friday, January 22. The ARTS Awards, produced by Dallas Market Center and ART, is the premier international awards program dedicated to home industry excellence. The black-tie event will be held at the Hilton Anatole beginning with cocktails at 6 p.m. and dinner and awards presentation to follow. To reserve your spot at the 27th Annual ARTS Awards Gala visit: http://dallasmarketcenter.com/markets/artsawards/register.

Dallas Market Center is the premier residential lighting market of North America and is home to major fixture and portable lighting companies. With almost one million square feet of space devoted to lighting, the loyal lighting buyers, as well as interior designers, architects and hospitality and contract designers, can source the most comprehensive collection of trend lighting for residential and commercial projects.

For a full list of special events and product offerings, visit the Dallas Market Center website. To prepare for January Markets in Dallas, download the Dallas Market App. Also, keep up-to-date on all information by visiting Dallas Market Center on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.

About Dallas Market Center

Founded in 1957, Dallas Market Center is the world’s most complete wholesale marketplace. Within its marketplace of more than five million square feet, retailers from around the globe source products ranging from home furnishings, gifts, decorative accessories and lighting to textiles, fashion accessories and men's, western, women's and children's apparel. With more than 50 markets each year attended by more than 200,000 retail buyers from all 50 states and 85 countries, Dallas Market Center offers hundreds of events and seminars geared toward helping retailers expand business and increase profits. The Dallas Market Center website is available at dallasmarketcenter.com.

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