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Lavanta launches new website to introduce its premier products

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Jan '10
Lavanta Textiles, an emerging firm in the luxury towel and bathrobe market, recently launched a new website highlighting its premium Turkish textile products for the U.S. hospitality market. Lavanta has a rich heritage and differentiates itself with its high quality Turkish towels and robes. This rich heritage can now be experienced online through Lavanta's new website.

The new website combines user friendly functionality with aesthetically pleasing graphics. The site features a toolbar directing users to: home page, about our products, towel collection, bathrobe collection, and contact us. The about our products link directs users to graphics, information, and additional links concerning its towel and bathrobe collections.

This information further demonstrates how hospitality companies can differentiate themselves by leveraging Lavanta products. Both Lavanta's towel and bathrobe collections offer three premium materials including: bamboo, organic, and Egyptian cotton. Users can contact Lavanta via its comment section under the contact us tab.

Lavanta Textiles was founded in the United States in 2009 and is located in Potomac, Maryland. Although Lavanta has limited experience in the U.S. hospitality market, it has been serving the European hospitality market for a number of years. Lavanta provides premium textile products such as towels and bathrobes for the hospitality market. Its premier products are fashioned in Turkey from the very best materials including: bamboo, organic, and Egyptian cotton. The company strives to provide the very best products to the U.S. hospitality market.

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