Nora introduces Blackberry app

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Lawrence, Mass.—Nora rubber flooring brought out a Blackberry app designed for architects, designers or anyone in the market for its products.

According to Amy Bostock, manager, marketing and creative services, customers can download “Nora on the go”, a free smartphone application that provides a full product line to compare color options and an email request feature for product samples.

“We understand our customers are often away from the office, on the road, meeting with their clients,” Bostock said. “We are constantly looking for ways to make it easier and simpler for them to connect with Nora and to see our complete range of commercial rubber flooring products.”

The app is functional, even when an Internet connection is unavailable, a helpful tool aboard airplanes and at jobsites. New product information automatically updates once a signal is available.

Download “Nora on the go,” at

For more information on Nora’s app, visit or call 800.332.6672.

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