OW to fete new showroom at NYC's 295 Fifth Avenue

Dalton, Ga. - Oriental Weavers is "Taking a Bite out of the Big Apple" during the New York Home Fashions Market with its grand-opening party for its new and larger showroom space at 295 Fifth Ave.

The event is scheduled for Sept.10 from 4 to 7 p.m.at the new space, located on the seventh floor in suite 719.

As part of the celebration, Oriental Weavers will be giving away iPads, iTouchs, and other Apple-branded products every 30 minutes during the party and will be serving signature "Big Appletinis", cocktails, wine, and heavy hors d'oeuvres.

Additionally, the company is customers and industry friends complimentary lunch at noon and wine-and-cheese tastings starting at 4 p.m. daily during market, which spans Sept. 10 to 13.

The new showroom is almost double the size of Oriental Weavers' previous space, with more than 10,000 square feet to showcase the company's machine-woven, printed, and handcrafted accent and area rugs, broadloom, Axminster, rug pads and all other product segments for the company. Also, the new showroom has space dedicated to Oriental Weavers USA, Sphinx by Oriental Weavers, as well as the OW Hospitality division.

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