Beaulieu named soft surface supplier of the year

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Dalton — Beaulieu of America received Supplier of the Year honors from  Flooring America at its annual convention held in Houston, Texas on Jan. 20. Flooring America has 550 members throughout the United States and Canada. 

“This is extremely rewarding to our entire team to receive this prestigious honor,” exclaimed Ken Sherwood, VP of National Accounts for Beaulieu of America. “It’s particularly special because this award is voted on by all the Flooring America member dealers.

In 2011 Beaulieu of America introduced the Resista Refresh carpet collection to Flooring America dealers. Resista Refresh is a collection of exclusive soft polyesters with Acti Fresh odor reducer and Silver Shield antimicrobial treatment.

 

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