Tupelo Furniture Market opened in
September 1987 as a showcase for the
products of a region, which is now widely
recognized as a major producer of low- and
medium-priced home furnishings.
In 2003, TFM received the Mississippi
Governor’s Cup District Award.
Unmatched service & hospitality.
Known as the friendliest market with a
Manufacturers that only exhibit in Tupelo.
Single story shopping convenience.
Bi-annual furniture market in February and August.
Show dates are Thursday through Sunday.
One of the largest order-writing markets in the country.
Buyer attendance from all 50 states &
More than 300 exhibitors annually showcase an exceptional selection of case goods, upholstery, bedding, accessories and services.
Our housing program reserves hotel rooms throughout the region.
Complimentary shuttle service is available from both the Tupelo & Memphis airports, & hotels throughout the city.
Over 2 million square feet of complimentary
parking adjacent to the facilities.
Tupelo Furniture Market’s hometown of
Tupelo has been selected numerous times as an All-American City.
Tupelo is known nationwide as a key city for economic and industrial growth.
Since the early ‘80’s, Lee County has created an average of 1,000 additional
manufacturing jobs every year.
A large percent of the population in
Northeast Mississippi is employed in the
Tupelo, Lee County and Northeast Mississippi are the upholstery capital of the world.
The State of Mississippi is the Southern
Debbie Henry - Director of Sales
Property Management/Outside Maint.
The Tupelo Furniture Marketing (TFM) Association was founded in 1988 to better convey the buyer opportunities available through North Mississippi’s furniture manufacturers and the bi-annual Tupelo Furniture Market.
The Market is operated under the auspices of the Association which is a non-profit corporation governed by a 26-member Board. Marketing efforts are greatly enhanced through the cooperation and financial support of the Mississippi Department of Economic and Community Development.
The Association is headquartered at the Community Development Foundation (CDF) in downtown Tupelo, Mississippi, where activities are coordinated and staff members provide operational, logistical and professional support to the many projects undertaken by the Association.
Founded in 1948, the CDF is a nonprofit membership organization composed of civic, business, and professional leaders representing the Tupelo-Lee County Region, whose basic objective is to strengthen the region through economic and community development projects with emphasis on creating new jobs. CDF has been selected numerous times as one of the top ten industrial development agencies in the nation by Site Selection magazine. CDF’s job recruitment endeavors have resulted in Lee County becoming a manufacturing center for the State of Mississippi.