Alliance Flooring names retailers of the year

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San Antonio – Amid stiff competition, Alliance Flooring named a Retailer of the Year for each of its retailer brands. Retailer of the Year finalists were chosen from a group of candidates who demonstrate growth and leadership in 10 specific areas including; increased market share, employee training, member networking, merchandising, brand advertising, community involvement and core supplier support.

CarpetsPlus ColorTile Retailer of the Year was Todd Ramsey and Jeremy Wirges, owners of 3 Kings CarpetsPlus Colortile, Fort Wayne, Ind.

Carpetland USA Colortile Retailer of the Year was Kevin Rose, owner of Carpetland USA, Rockford, Ill.

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