2018 COTTON USA Special Trade Mission from Vietnam

The COTTON USA Special Trade Mission from Vietnam will be here from July 22-26, 2018. There are currently 15 textile executives participating in the Tour, along with 5 staff members for a total of 20 people.

The tour will meet with cotton industry members in the following cities:

Monday, July 23rd , Raleigh, NC: Reception and Dinner-Location TBD-6:30 pm

Tuesday, July 24th , Memphis, TN: Meeting-The Peabody Hotel, Galaxie Room-5:00 pm
Reception and Dinner-Location TBD-7:00 pm

Wednesday, July 25th , Lubbock, TX: Reception and Dinner-Location TBD-7:00 pm

Thursday, July 26th , Phoenix, AZ: Meeting-Arizona Biltmore Hotel-5:00 pm
Reception and Dinner-Location TBD-7:00 pm

 

Please click on the below link to view the information.

2018-0621 COTTON USA Special Trade Mission from Vietnam

 

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