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Rugs producer Couristan bags award for third consecutive year
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Oct '08
For the third consecutive year, Couristan Inc. has been recognized by Home Decorators Collection for having the lowest return rate in the catalog's entire area rug category.

Couristan received a prestigious award for the achievement during the 2008 Home Decorators Vendor Conference held recently in St. Louis, Missouri.

Featured prominently within their catalog and website, Couristan produces a wide assortment of outdoor/indoor area rugs specifically designed to appeal to the Home Decorators customer. Building a strong partnership over the last 16 years, Couristan has been honored with multiple awards from Home Decorators for product quality, innovation and most importantly, customer satisfaction.

“We are thrilled to once again receive the award for the lowest return rate in Home Decorators' area rug category,” stated Ron Couri, President and CEO of Couristan. “Satisfying their customers and consistently delivering on the promises of our products is our utmost priority and a sincerely gratifying accomplishment.”

Since 1926, Couristan is the trusted name in the floorcovering industry, offering a vast assortment of exclusively designed power-loomed and handmade area rugs, as well as quality residential broadloom.

A pioneer in the outdoor living category, Couristan has five innovative outdoor/indoor area rug collections in its standard assortment. All of the company's outdoor/indoor area rugs are made with 100% Courtron polypropylene, are mold and mildew resistant, UV stabilized and 100% recyclable.

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