Company C nabs Arts award

Retail Editor 3, James Mammarella, February 14, 2013

Concord, NH - Company C was honored at the recent ARTS 24th annual gala with the ARTS award for area rugs.

ART, the non-profit Accessories Resource Team, and the Dallas Market Center presented the award during the ceremony, which was held in conjunction with the Total Home and Gift Market Show in Dallas in mid January.

The ARTS Award program is an international program in which retailers, manufacturers and sales representatives are celebrated by their peers for excellence in 25 different categories across the decorative home accessories industry.

Company C was selected to receive the award for area rugs in recognition for its "ongoing commitment to develop fresh, colorful designs that combine quality craftsmanship with details that create fashionable products with enduring style and value."

This is a repeat win for Company C, as it received this same award in 2007.

"We work extremely hard to bring new color palettes and impeccable designs to market. So, to receive this award from our industry peers is humbling and deeply, deeply appreciated," said said Chris Chapin, co-founder of Company C.

Added Walter Chapin, co-founder of Company C: Winning this award and being named ‘Best of the Best' validates that we are bringing the right products to market. We couldn't be more thrilled and are proud of the efforts of everyone across our organization."

 

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