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Softline Home to soon eclipse bright lights of Vegas at LSM
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Jan '10
Softline Home Fashions, the country's leading importer and distributor of decorative fabrics, ready-made curtains and pillows, will soon eclipse the bright lights of Vegas at the upcoming Las Vegas Market tradeshow, where the company will showcase its wares to tens of thousands of people from more than 100 countries.

Trends and innovation are everything in the constantly evolving world of home decor. In its fifth and most promising year, the Las Vegas Market comprises more than 1,500 industry heavies who will gather to examine the "fabric" of what's in and what's out. The prestigious tradeshow features a veritable cornucopia of high-end products from around the world the perfect environment for Softline to impart their industry insights upon their discerning peers.

One of the many distinguishing characteristics of Softline as a business is its commitment to environmental consciousness. The company recently unveiled a line of eco-friendly products, called Evidence of Evolution. Made exclusively from recycled, "green" materials and using specialized dyeing processes, the collection pairs a reduced carbon footprint with the chic luxury for which Softline is known.

As the pride of co-founders and brothers Jason and Rodney Carr, Softline has earned a reputation for delivering an unparalleled selection of world-class fabrics and home fashions to its clientele. The Las Vegas Market is just another step toward Softline Home Fashions' inevitable domination of a growing and increasingly discriminating global market.

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