Jellybean introducing new line of Memory Foam rugs

Atlanta - Accent rugs manufacturer Jellybean will introduce a new line of Memory Foam rugs in January at the winter markets. Like all Jellybean rugs, the new Memory Foam rugs are handmade and completely machine washable, but these new introductions have 12 mm of memory foam inside. Fifteen new designs will be available in two sizes, sold in sets of two in 20" x 30" or individually in 20" x 40."
"This exciting new line utilizing popular memory foam combined with our machine washable rugs is sure to be a hit with customers," said Renee Ringstad, Jellybean VP of merchandising. "With a variety of our popular designs available, these new rugs will be a great addition for buyers to add to their rolling racks and sales programs."
Jellybean manufactures handmade, machine washable accent rugs. The company will open a new showroom at AmericasMart during the upcoming Atlanta International Gift and Home Furnishings Market, to be held Jan. 9-16. Located in Building 2 West Wing on the seventh floor, number 787A, the new showroom will be designed to present the complete Jellybean line to retailers by featuring category specific vignettes.
In January 2013, Jellybean will introduce nearly 100 new designs, in addition to Jellybean with Memory Foam. The 2013 Jellybean catalog will be available this month.

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