A hand-selected group of bloggers will spend four days reporting on new trends and products in the weeks before, during and after the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show as well as the inaugural Design & Construction Week in Las Vegas February 2-6.
The bloggers and designers will also be responsible for judging the KBIS Awards and the first ever Booth Innovation Award.
Clockwise from top: Lisa Mende, Christine Da Costa, Cristin Bisbee Priest, Stacy Naquin, Meredith Heron and Marylin Russell
Participating bloggers include Carmen Christensen, president and founder of Time2Design; Grace and Ken Kelly of Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly and Kitchen Designs Blog; Vanessa Francis of Décor Happy; interior designer Meredith Heron; Lisa Mende of Lisa Mende Design; Rita Catinella Orrell of Designythings and Architects-Toybox; Christine Da Costa of Décor by Christine; Sarah Sarna of the interior design firm Franklin Eighth and Live the Life You Dream About blog; Marilyn Russell of Design Magnifique; Cristin Bisbee Priest of Simplified Bee Blog; interior designer Rhonda Knoche; JB Bartkowiak of BuildingMoxie.com; Tina Ramchandani of Franklin Eighth and Life in Sketch blog; and interior designer Stacy Naquin.
Design and remodeling enthusiasts can follow BlogTour Vegas progress on Twitter using hash tag #BlogTourVegas and view all the latest posts on Modenus.com.
“The inaugural Design & Construction week in Las Vegas represents the resurgence of the kitchen and bath industry,” said Veronika Miller, CEO of Modenus, which organizes the tours.
BlogTour, with previous international tours to London and Cologne and domestically in New York, New Orleans and LA, has become a digital and social media platform at major trade shows. Bloggers apply to be part of each new tour and are accepted based on their solid design business and social media savvy.
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