Fuse Alliance Member Network expands with addition of dealer partners

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Laguna Niguel, Calif.—Fuse Alliance, a member-owned organization of professional, commercial flooring contractors, has expanded its network member list with the addition of two dealer partners in the U.S.

O’Neal Flooring Services, a South Carolina-based commercial flooring dealership, and New Orleans-based Priority Floors have joined the organization’s list of growing members around the country. With the addition of O’Neal and Priority, the Fuse Alliance network is now made up of more than 70 member dealer partners in over 140 locations throughout North America.

“Our focus is on building a network of reliable, skilled and knowledgeable members and suppliers throughout the United States and Canada,” said Geoff Gordon, executive director at Fuse Alliance. “With the addition of O’Neal Flooring Services and Priority Floors, we are expanding our reach and knowledge, establishing Fuse Alliance as the go-to network in the commercial flooring industry.”

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