A&M Flooring America exits Chapter 11

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Fresno, Calif.— A&M Flooring America and Big Bob’s New and Used Carpet announced it is emerging from reorganization under Chapter 11 during a federal court hearing here.

“This is a good day for A&M and its vendors and customers,” said Riley Walter, reorganization attorney for A&M. “The nearly unanimous vote in favor of the plan evidences confidence and support of Lee Horwitz and his team. Now the company can go forward outside of the chapter 11 process to resume normal business practices.”

Founded in 1940 by brothers Alex and Morris Horwitz, A&M Flooring America is second-generation family owned and operated. “This reorganization was a right-sizing measure during difficult economic times that was intended to protect our family legacy and our customers,” said Lee Horwitz, president. “We are extremely grateful to our reorganization team, our employees who stuck with us, our vendors who were patient, and most importantly our customers who continued to support us.”

For more information, visit A&M Flooring America’s website at amcarpet.com.

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