The best beach show for your bottom line. Hear why retailers return to the show each year to plan for their upcoming season.
Check back soon for travel details, including hotel reservations and other helpful travel links.
Registration for the 2018 show will open soon. Please check back to register and receive your ExpressPass™ via email .
Check back soon to see the exhibitor roster for the December 2018 show.
Please note: This is a partial listing which will continue to grow! Be sure to see the on-site pocket directory for a complete listing.
A number of exhibitors will be offering various savings on their lines and other discounts during all four days of the show.
⇒ Check back soon to view show specials being offered by exhibitors.
Several companies will be showing new lines, new introductions, etc. at the upcoming show.
⇒ Check back soon to see what's new in 2018!
Click here for a sampling of some of the hospitality offerings you'll see at the show.
We look forward to welcoming you to the show. Here are a few tips to help you make the most of your experience:
Speak to fellow retailers about what’s working and not working in their store. From trending products to management techniques. Help each other out!
If you have questions or need additional information, please contact Urban Expositions at 800.318.2238.
By Amy Dufour, Marketing & Social Media Manager
The Grand Strand Gift & Resort Merchandise Show is open to the trade only.
New /first-time attendees should be prepared to present the following along with your ExpressPass™ to gain admission to the show: 1 form of personal ID and 2 forms of business ID, which can include copy of business license, sales tax id number, payroll stub, company check, company credit card, vendor invoice, business card, letterhead or other printed collateral with company name. (Please note: 1 form of personal ID and 1 form of business ID is required for each additional employee.)
To maintain the professional environment of the show, children under the age of 14 years and strollers are strongly discouraged.
The photography of any exhibit is expressly prohibited without the written consent of the exhibitor.