Floor Covering Leadership Council approves new logo

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Anaheim, Calif.—The Floor Covering Leadership Council (FCLC) is pleased to announce it has approved a logo. According to Kim Oderkirk, committee chairman, communication and cooperation committee, “the logo represents various aspects of flooring including tile, carpet, resilient, stone and wood. We also wanted the name to be written out and avoid simply using the letters FCLC, as there are so many acronyms currently being used in the flooring industry. The new logo is a great representation of this organization.” The council plans to use the new logo on letterhead, press releases, marketing materials and the website which is the next project to be completed by the committee.

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