Halo products win two ADEX awards

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Commack, N.Y.—CBC Flooring’s Halo Floor luxury vinyl tile has received two 2011 Awards for Design Excellence (ADEX) Awards for Design Excellence.

The company has received a platinum award for its Lead-Elipse tile, part of its Something Different product line, and a gold award for its Diamante-Palacio Gold tile in its Stone line.

“We are so please to have two of our Halo luxury vinyl tile products recognized for outstanding design,” said Jeff Collum, director, CBC Flooring. “We are very proud of our dynamic designs and colors, and pleased the design community has taken notice as well.”

ADEX is the largest awards program for product design of furntiture, fixtures and finishes marketed to the design trade. Design Journal, the international trade publication for interior designers, architects and facility managers, is the proud sponsor for the ADEX awards.

An anonymous panel of professionals representing a cross section of the design industry conducted all voting for the awards.

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