Armstrong Flooring unveils new fall promotion for Elevate retailers

September 12, 2017

RSEAMAC75L402_2Lancaster, Pa.—Armstrong Flooring has introduced “The New Look of Tough” national retail promotion to correspond with its new TV and digital advertising campaign on HGTV to help drive in-store traffic during the important fall selling season. Consumers can receive 10% off qualified Armstrong Flooring products for savings up to $500.

The promotion runs from Sept. 18-Nov. 13 (redemption through Dec. 15) and includes some of Armstrong Flooring’s newest, most popular products. Qualifying collections include Artisan Collective engineered hardwood; TimberCuts engineered hardwood; Woodland Relics engineered hardwood; Pryzm luxury flooring; and vinyl sheet with Diamond 10 technology.

Consumers who purchase a minimum of four cartons will qualify for a 5% rebate offer, while those who purchase a minimum of 16 cartons can qualify for a 10% rebate. The purchase must be made during the promotion period from a participating Elevate retailer. The maximum discount is $500 in the form of an Armstrong Flooring Visa Prepaid card.

For more information, visit: armstrongflooring.com/newlookoftough.

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