Serious rug buyers draw vendor smiles

Wyman, Lissa
July 2005
Furniture/Today;7/18/2005, Vol. 29 Issue 44, p38
Trade Publication
Points out that while rug vendors had modest expectations for last week's Atlanta, Georgia rug market, it turned into a buying event despite slow traffic. Contemporary category still gaining strength in styles; Observation that while smaller rug dealers tend to stay home in the summer, many exhibitors said they had more appointments this year than last.


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