Carpetland USA ColorTile buying committee to meet

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Chattanooga, Tenn. — Carpetland USA ColorTile will hold its 2014 Buying Committee Meeting here Nov. 16-18, at Spring Hill Suites/Cameron Harbor on the Tennessee River. The group will also visit several mills in North Georgia to review new flooring products and decide what products they will inventory and which programs to employ in 2015.

Kevin Logue, co-COO and vice president marketing for CarpetsPlus ColorTile, said: “Our Carpetland buyer meetings give members valuable time with mill executives and give them a chance to see all the new products and style out their displays for the coming year. Being a member of our group allows members to get first-hand product and industry information at the mill level to help them grow their business. They also provide valuable time to network and share best practices.”

Carpetland USA ColorTile is a division of Alliance Flooring.

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