The Dixie Group recognizes ‘Most Valuable Partners’ for 2021

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Gary Markarian, Josh Skinner and Tony Godfrey of Abbey of Naples.

Dalton—The Dixie Group (TDG) recognized its “Most Valuable Partners of 2021” by presenting awards to the top volume and top growth partners for each of TDG’s four core brands along with each region overall. Also presented were awards to several buying group partners for a combination of outstanding growth and volume.

And the winners are:

2021 MVP Awards – Top Volume

Dixie Home – RC Willey Salt Lake City, Utah
Masland – Floor Source, Inc. Plymouth, Minn.
Fabrica – Contract Furnishings Mart (CFM) Portland, Ore.
TRUCOR Floors – Wade Distributors Mobile, Ala.
Southeast Region – Myer’s Flooring Atlanta
Mountain West Region – Coventry Carpets Denver, Colo.
Pacific South Region – Baker Brothers Floorcovering Phoenix, Ariz.;
Northeast Region – McSwain Carpets Inc. Cincinnati, Ohio
Central Region – Nebraska Furniture Mart Omaha, Neb.

2021 MVP Awards – Top Growth

Dixie Home – A-1 Flooring Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Masland – Abbey of Naples Naples, Fla.
Fabrica – Carpet Exchange Denver, Colo.
TRUCOR Floors – Carpet Direct Kansas City, Mo.
Southeast Region – Flor Source Jupiter, Fla.
Mountain West Region – Nampa Floors Nampa, Idaho
Pacific South Region – New Home Designs, Inc. Roseville, Calif.;
Northeast Region – Barb Lin Doylestown, Pa.
Central Region – Peek’s Floor Co. Dallas

2021 Buying Group MVP Awards

NFA – Hadinger Flooring Naples, Fla.
Carpet One – Norman Carpet One Bryn Mawr, Pa.
Abbey – Traditional Floors St. Cloud, Minn.
Flooring America – Bob Wagner’s Flooring America Downington, Pa. ProSource – PS Wholesale Baton Rouge, La.
IDG – Messner Flooring Rochester, N.Y.

According to a statement from TDG, “These partners represent the best of the best for 2021, and we at The Dixie Group are proud to be able to celebrate these successes with our extended TDG family.”

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