Glen Raven Custom Fabrics premieres Sunbrella Contract at HD Expo

Retail Editor 2, Thomas Sosnowski, May 16, 2012

Las Vegas - Glen Raven Custom Fabrics continues the growth of its Sunbrella branded offerings with the premiere of a full portfolio of Sunbrella Contract fabrics during Hospitality Design Expo in Las Vegas, which kicked off yesterday. The fabrics are designed specifically for indoor and outdoor use in the hospitality and healthcare markets.
"The Sunbrella brand is known for beautiful, durable fabrics for the furniture, awning and marine industries," said Allen Hawks, contract fabrics market manager for Glen Raven Custom Fabrics. "Our move into the contract market was done with careful consideration, years of R&D work and the development of partnerships with leading decorative jobbers in the industry."
Sunbrella Contract fabrics are currently available through Robert Allen Contract, Design Tex, CF Stinson and Maharam. Each of the companies carries its own exclusive Sunbrella Contract fabrics.
At the show, Glen Raven Custom Fabrics is also offering about its Recycle My Sunbrella program, which reclaims post-industrial and post-consumer Sunbrella fabric waste then converts it into industrial products such as felt, insulation and padding.
"The industry has responded well to our sustainability efforts, which is something we have been passionate about for more than 20 years," Hawks said.

 

 

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