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THT NEWS: The Tea House Times NEW Appoints Pearl Dexter as Exhibitor Liaison

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posted Monday Aug 06, 2018 10:00 AM

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Gail Gastelu

Owner/Publisher, The Tea House Times

About Gail Gastelu

GAIL GASTELU is owner/publisher of The Tea House Times, producer of continuing education and online tea etiquette certification. She is also producer and presenter of Tea Course Fast Track and produces numerous other products and services to connect businesses and consumers to everything tea. Gail lives in NJ with her husband and two children. Her motto is "Just Do It!"

The Tea House Times' NEW virtual is under construction and expected to open to connect an extensive list of already registered, pre-qualified buyers to exhibitors on or about October 1, 2018. Potential exhibitors may self-register at the website or contact Pearl Dexter who has been appointed one of the first exhibitor liaisons contracting exhibitor booths for the show.

Pearl Dexter has been in the tea world since the 1980s. As editor/publisher, she launched the first consumer publication all about tea in 1994, TEA A MAGAZINE ®. After selling the magazine she worked in Kathmandu as a Tea Marketing Consultant for USAID to Nepal. Tea has been her passport around the globe for nearly 25 years. Pearl toured nearly 50 tea estates and factories, which gave her the opportunity to learn about tea from bush to cup; she’s stayed on tea estates in Sri Lanka, India, and Guatemala; visited estates in Nepal, Malaysia, Japan, Portugal, South Africa, and the United States, and later led groups to some of those tea estates and factories. Pearl has lectured on many aspects of tea throughout the U.S. and internationally. In Russia and England Pearl saw firsthand the art of porcelain making and pottery production. She’s conducted tea tastings, is an educator, speaker, writer, and photographer of all things tea. Her passion for tea has developed enduring relationships with small business owners to executives and owners of tea companies and tea gardens, and government dignitaries from all over the world.

Gail Gastelu, owner/publisher of The Tea House Times and producer of, among other products and services to benefit the tea industry including the new said, "I am pleased that Pearl has accepted this role to help potential exhibitors understand the benefits of the virtual show, its expected longevity and constancy, reliability and most importantly, its certain potential of much better ROI as compared to the huge expense paid to take part in, travel to, and run a live exhibit elsewhere." "Having Pearl assist me in this capacity is not just invaluable, but incredibly special since she is well known and well loved across the industry."

Learn more about by reading an earlier press release here.

Click here for an audio introduction to the virtual show.



The Tea House Times is a bi-monthly publication available in print and online, and has been connecting businesses and consumers to all facets of the tea industry since 2003. Additional services include Tea Course continuing education, Tea Etiquette Certified online training, a Tea Bureau of industry resources, Tea News Bureau, Tea Speakers Bureau, Tea Course Fast Track, and the new online / virtual and perpetual trade show. Learn more at

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