Kaleen to give away a Mini Cooper Convertible in sweepstakes at Atlanta rug market

Dalton, Ga. - Hand-tufted, hand-knotted and hand-loomed Indian area rug company Kaleen is giving away a Mini Cooper Convertible this week to the winner of its promotion, the "Open for Business" sweepstakes, during the Atlanta International Area Rug Market.

The drawing is scheduled for 4 p.m. Saturday at Kaleen's AmericasMart showroom, in space 3-C-9.

This marks the second consecutive market Kaleen holds its "Open for Business" sweepstakes - the first time being in July 2010 during the summer rug market in Atlanta.

The company said sweepstakes entry tickets for this market's event can be obtained by the company's retail partners and dealers up until 3:59 p.m. the day of the drawing. Kaleen's customers will automatically be provided with one entry per each purchase order of $1,500. Only one entry form per person is permitted.

Joe Barkley, evp, said this new sweepstakes is "a great way for Kaleen to say thank you to all our incredible retail partners." He added last market's sweepstakes generated "terrific excitement and energy among Kaleen's dealers and associates. We can't wait to give away a beautiful convertible."

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