Mirage spring event calls for ‘change’

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SAINT-GEORGES, QUEBEC—Boa-Franc, maker of the Mirage hardwood brand, is following up its successful fall promotion by calling for change this spring—as in cold hard cash.

The wood manufacturer’s “Spring calls for change!” promotion kicked off March 15 and runs through May 1, and gives consumers the opportunity to save $10 per box when they buy any Mirage product. The savings applies to any Mirage Classic, Mirage Engineered or Mirage Lock products, regardless of species, color or width.

“Spring is a popular season for residential renovation and decoration,” said Luc Robitaille, Boa-Franc’s vice president of marketing, “so this event comes at a perfect time…for the many consumers who wish to decorate their homes this spring.”

To learn more about the event and how to become a participating dealer, visit miragefloors.com.

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