Beaulieu’s ‘Bloomin’ Spring’ promotion is biggest yet

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Dalton—Beaulieu announced greater incentives for retailers this month. Starting April 2 and continuing through May 29, qualified Bliss dealers can earn a $100 American Express gift card for the first 100 yards of Bliss carpet sold, with the exception of Bliss for Kids.

This is in addition to the promotion of $200 American Express gift cards for every 200 yards of Bliss sold. This campaign, however, doesn’t expire until July 3.

“For the next eight weeks, qualified Bliss dealers can earn $300 or more selling Bliss,” said Mike McAllister, vice president of marketing information systems at Beaulieu of America. “This is undoubtedly our best promotional program ever.” He added for further details vendors should contact their representatives, visit the Web site by clicking the promotion graphic or call 800.227.7211.

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