January 20-22, 2015 (Tuesday through Thursday)
Las Vegas Convention Center
KBIS, in conjunction with the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) is an inspiring, interactive platform that showcases the latest industry products, trends and technologies. KBIS is the voice of the kitchen and bath industry and has been for 50 years.
Early in 2013, the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) and National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) announced an agreement to co-locate the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) with the International Builders’ Show (IBS) in Las Vegas, Nevada beginning in February 2014 under the banner of Design & Construction Week.
The second annual mega-event will be held January 20-22, 2015, in Las Vegas with each show occupying a separate hall. Kitchen and bath brands that have participated in both shows can choose to exhibit in the KBIS or IBS hall. NKBA and NAHB will continue to produce separate educational programming and special events.
You confirmed KBIS registration includes admittance to the KBIS, IBS, and International Window Coverings Expo (IWCE) exhibit floors for all 3 days of the show.
Show Floor Hours
|Tuesday, Jan. 20
||9:00 am – 5:00 pm
|Wednesday, Jan. 21
|Thursday, Jan. 22
“Able to see everything in one venue!”
Tom McLean, CEO, Huntwood Custom Cabinets
“Best KBIS event ever!”
Keith Quiqqins, Owner/Designer, Rococo & Taupe, Inc.
“I thought it was a great show, great venue; the co-location was IBS was great, provided a lot of additional benefit and was able to combine a lot into one trip.”
Jeremiah Woods, Project Designer, J and J Cabinets
More than 82, 000 strong – like the good ole’ days. Congrats @KBIS2014 and @IBSVegas on a huge week. The merge was a fantastic move!
— Joey Peters (@Joey_M_Peters)
“I truly enjoyed having both shows together and benefitted from being able to go to educational classes from both industries.” Cheryl Schuck, President/Principal Designer, CS Design Inc. “It had everything and more to share new product existing product improvements location was great overall shower was awesome.” Brandy Balfour, Showroom Sales, Mountainland Supply
My favorite moment wasn’t really a moment but the excitement of the overall show @kbis2014 amazing @modenus #blogtourvegas #kbtribechat — Lisa Mende (@LisaMendeDesign)
“It saves me literally thousands of dollars in travel and at least 60% of the exhibitors are potential targets for us. I made a large number of viable contacts at this year’s show.”
Randy Grisham, Sales Executive, Walls Forms Inc.
“It was a great show, many things to see, learn and purchase for our showroom.”
This show is awful
This is the worst representation of Las Vegas and its growth. I am not going to go crazy posting. Bubet, I listen to a public affairs radio show every Sunday morning. And the current Sheriff was aghast that some knucle head was walking around Las Vegas toting a shot gun to keep the peace. (Reference to the TV show). Did not happen, will never happen.
Just still stuff on TV.
The one last year with Belushi's brother as an attorney was good and interesting. It only last a few shows, 6 maybe .... That was more realistic that this sill stuff they show this year.
Fair And Balanced?
"Why Did Fox News Cease ALL Coverage Of The Las Vegas Tea Party Cop Killers?"
"There are some obvious reasons why Fox would skew their reporting and ultimately remove this story from their news coverage. And all of them represent biases that are a long-standing part of what can be called the Fox News Creed: Racism, Guns, Anti-Government, and Tea Party.
First of all, the perpetrators are not who Fox's racist producers typically profile as terrorists. Rather than being brown-skinned, Muslim, foreigners, the Millers are white Christians from Indiana. So not only would it run counter to Fox's philosophy to implicate the Millers in terrorism, it would offend their 90% white, right-wing audience
See the stars of 'Duck Dynasty' at the 4th Annual Tennessee Valley Hunting and .. — whnt.com
.. with stars of the hit TV show “Duck Dynasty,” receive fishing tips from a Bassmaster Classic Champion, and tour over 500 sporting manufacturers' booths during the 4th Annual Tennessee Valley Hunting and Fishing Expo at the Von Braun Civic Center.
Hunting and Fishing Expo features TV celebrities, water-skiing squirrel and .. — whnt.com
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – If you have an interest in the outdoors, the South Hall of the Von Braun Center in Huntsville is the place to be. It's the home of this year's Tennessee Valley Hunting and Fishing Expo.