Milliken launches spring sale event

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SPARTANBURG, S.C.—To support residential carpet retailers this spring, Milliken is offering limited-time savings when purchasing popular broadloom products from the Imagine collection.

For six weeks, from April 15 to May 31, retailers can save up to $1.00 per square yard on any of the Imagine collection’s 12 broadloom products. In addition, with Milliken’s Retail Rewards, sales associates earn up to $0.50 per square yard on qualifying sales.

“Our Spring Sales Event is a ‘win-win’ for Milliken customers,” said Mark Clayton, business manager, Milliken Residential. “The promotion will help retailers boost profits from the Imagine collection, while sales associates earn Retail Rewards points over the next six weeks.”

The Imagine collection includes the following 12 broadloom products: Artesia, Artist Brush, Concerto, Dimension, Estate, Legendary, Nature’s Weave, Passages, Sculpture, Stone Walk, Threads and Twisted Braid.

To learn more about the promotion, visit millikencarpet.com.

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