FCIF reschedules 40th Anniversary Gala

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In light of the recent pandemic, the Floor Covering Industry Foundation (FCIF) is postponing the 40th Anniversary Gala that was previously scheduled for May 2, 2020 at the Rainbow Room in New York City. The event will be rescheduled for Spring 2021 at the Rainbow Room. The new date will be forthcoming.

Tickets, sponsorships and tables previously purchased will automatically be shifted to the new date. For questions, email Andrea Blackbourn, executive director, at ablackbourn@fcif.org.

During this time of heightened medical caution, the FCIF will continue to make grants to floor covering industry employees and retirees who have severe injuries, illnesses and disabilities. Medical assistance grant applications and options for online giving can be found at fcif.org.

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