Mohawk names Kelly’s Carpet and Avalon its first Decorate for the Cure Retailers of the Year

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Calhoun, Ga.—Mohawk announced the winners of the company’s inaugural Decorate for the Cure Retailer of the Year award, which recognizes retailers that not only did an extraordinary job promoting Mohawk’s signature pink SmartCushion product but also actively engaged with the Susan G. Komen affiliate organizations in their local community throughout the year. Kelly’s Carpet and Avalon Flooring were named Decorate for the Cure Retailers of the Year for 2014.

“We are so proud of the Decorate for the Cure program and the way that our retail partners have supported it,” said David Duncan, senior vice president of marketing and sales operations, Mohawk. “We truly have the best retailers in the business, and they have embraced this opportunity to give back to their local communities. In particular, I am proud to recognize Kelly’s Carpet and Avalon Flooring for their sincere commitment to the Decorate for the Cure cushion program. They have both gone above and beyond to help us support the Susan G. Komen mission to save lives and end breast cancer forever. “

In addition to providing the ultimate in comfort, performance and protection for your carpet, Mohawk’s SmartCushion supports the vision of a breast cancer–free world. As part of the Decorate for the Cure program, Mohawk donates a portion of all SmartCushion sales to Susan G. Komen.

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