Orian ramps up Canadian presence via The Bargain Shops

Retail Editor 4, September 14, 2011

Anderson, S.C. - Rapidly broadening its presence in Canada, Orian Rugs recently partnered with Mississauga, Ontario-based The Bargain Shop to launch an exclusive assortment of decorative area rugs.

This month Orian is rolling out an eight-foot in-line assortment that will be available in all 239 of the discount chain's stores.

Available in a range of U.S.A.-made construction as well as designs and sizes, retail price points fall between $9.99 and $49.99, "fully complementing The Bargain Shop's focus to carry brands their customers love, at the quality and value their customers expect," the retailer said.

"We are excited about this partnership", said Laurie Yakymchuk, The Bargain Shop's home buyer. "We are making home a focus and our partnership with Orian Rugs will build a strong foundation for us in the area rug segment of home décor."

Added Patty Dyjach, Orian Rugs' national account manager: "We've worked very closely with Laurie and her team to develop an exclusive collection that enhances their current home assortment and it will be merchandised in a way that is fun and easy to shop."

Its alliance with The Bargain Shops come just one month after Orian announced its partnership with Edmonton, Alberta-based The Brick furniture gallery chain for a new collection of seven rug qualities in a variety of colors, designs and constructions.

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