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Lucky Break Collection offers multi-color options
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Mar '09
J&J / Invision is pleased to introduce the new Lucky Break Collection as the latest addition to the J&J Commercial product line. This lively collection features two innovative products, Jackpot and Windfall. Both products were created to offer a refreshing multi-color product that would work extensively in any market segment.

Jackpot is an all loop structure with delicate shades of colors that are both complex and bright. Jackpot's construction is enduring and versatile with a color palette that offers a touch of multi-colored richness.

Windfall, a highly dimensional pattern, was developed as a coordinate to Jackpot. Windfall features both structured and organic qualities. This plush, tip-sheared carpet shares the same refined space dyed colors and solution dyed yarns as those used in Jackpot, making it the perfect go-anywhere coordinate.

“This new collection offers dealers and designers a lower cost option, while keeping the ability to coordinate and creatively design around the product,” said Mark Clayton, Vice President of Marketing for J&J / Invision. “We know customers are looking for budget friendly alternatives and the Lucky Break Collection answers that call with the look of a higher end product.”

Jackpot and Windfall feature several tonal and subtle multi-colored space dyes combined with Encore SD Ultima nylon. Each pattern is available in an array of 13 subtle neutrals and earth tones set off by the occasional surge of vivid color, creating options for pop accents in various commercial finishes and fabrics. Both products will be available in broadloom and Nexus modular backing options.

J&J / Invision


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