Armstrong honors Inner Circle members

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Inner CircleLancaster, Pa.—Armstrong Flooring awarded its latest round of Brass Ring Awards for excellence among its Inner Circle members. Brass Ring Awards are handed out to members who achieve a sales threshold for Armstrong Flooring products, according to the company.

This group is an exclusive partnership between Armstrong Flooring and elite commercial contractors across North America. These contractors are known for high-quality flooring installations across all commercial segments.

Armstrong Flooring said it awarded 98 contractors with Brass Ring Awards in 2021. “The Brass Ring Awards are one way we can celebrate success with our Inner Circle members and show appreciation for their continued support and partnership,” said David Kurtz, vice president, commercial, Armstrong Flooring.

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