The following guide answers many of the questions you may have regarding Embroidery Mart. If you desire to speak to us in person (we’re really nice and helpful) please note the following contact information:

NNEP (the organization presenting the Embroidery Mart trade shows) 
Phone – 800-866-7396



  • For the SPECIFIC details about Embroidery Mart-COLUMBUS, including hotels, parking – click Columbus FAQs


  • For the SPECIFIC details about Embroidery Mart-NASHVILLEincluding hotels, parking – click Nashville FAQs


Q – What is Embroidery Mart?
A –
The Embroidery Mart is a dynamic two-day event for the commercial embroidery and apparel decoration industry. It is designed to bring embroiderers, apparel decorators and industry suppliers together to learn and share in a comfortable setting. Attending Embroidery Mart is like sitting down at a table laden with delectable “goodies” for embroiderers and apparel decorators – everywhere you turn, people are sharing ideas and helping each other!

Q – Who can attend Embroidery Mart?
A –
Embroidery Mart is for garment decorators who use (or want to learn to use) apparel decoration equipment, digitizing software, stock designs, tools, supplies and technologies. It is for business owners with an interest in embroidery, screen printing, heat press, digital garment printing, laser engraving, rhinestones or promotional products. If this describes you, then what are you waiting for? We are saving a seat for you!

FYI – Membership in National Network of Embroidery Professionals (NNEP) is NOT required to attend this event.

Please Note: Future apparel decorators between the ages of 14-18 can register for Embroidery Mart and attend classes if accompanied by an adult. Please bring proof of age. Children under the age of 14 (including babes in arms and tots in strollers) are not eligible to enter the exhibit hall or attend the classes.

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