Greater New York Floor Coverers holiday party brings families together

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NEW YORK—Members of the Greater New York Floor Coverers Association (GNYFCA) Industry Promotional Fund recently gathered here at Valbella restaurant, located in the heart of the city’s meatpacking district. Guests enjoyed great food, wine and conversation during the organization’s annual holiday luncheon.

At this year’s party, the association brought new meaning to the term “family style” as multiple generations of flooring contractors were represented when three sets of father/son teams posed for FCNews.

Pictured, from left, Thomas Casquarelli, Sr. and Jr. of Classic Carpet Showroom in West Babylon, N.Y.; David and Arne Meberg of Consolidated Carpet in New York, and Al Baer, Sr. and Jr. of Baer’s Rug & Linoleum, also located in West Babylon.

For more information on GNYFCA, call 631.486.6600.

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