MDNVAFCA wins WFCA award

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The World Floor Covering Association recently awarded its Howard Olansky Award for Affiliate of the Year in the Large Division Category to the Maryland/Northern Virgina Floor Covering Association.

WFCA looks at an Associations impact on the community, the Floor Covering Industry and it’s members.  We are very proud that WFCA has honored MDNVAFCA with this award.  The Board of Directors is committed to continuing to make an impact in the coming years.

“We are honored to announce that WFCA has awarded the Maryland and Northern Virginia Flooring Covering Association the 2011 Howard Olansky Award for Affiliate of the Year in the Large Division Category.” 

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