Melrose launches quick-ship program
May 18, 2006,
"We understand the need for inventory to be available quickly," says Liza Robinson Vidal, USA marketing and business development manager. "The Ready-to-Ship program is designed to offer a fresh alternative to the soft furnishings business."
To make the ordering process easy, Melrose will be accepting online as well as phone orders, she said.
The off-the-shelf program includes selections from Melrose’s Traditional, Contemporary, and Juvenile collections.
In other news, Melrose recently previewed new collections of stand-alone, luxury throws, cushions, curtains, table settings, linens, slip covers and accessories at the International Furniture Show at High Point.
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