Jaipur to Have Largest Product Launch, Black-and-White Party at High Point

ATLANTA--Jaipur Rugs will launch its largest product addition since its inception at the upcoming High Point Market, expanding with more than 100 designs in each of its categories, including tufted, indoor/outdoor, naturals and flatweaves.

In addition, Jaipur will host its first black-and-white cocktail party on Monday, Oct. 15, and guests are invited to wear black and white for the event, which will be held from 4-6 p.m. in its Showplace showroom, #3415. Jaipur will be giving away 2-by-3 flatweaves and Apple products to guests who attend the party. Attendees will also be able to have a sneak peak at its newest catalog, The Book 2013, and take advantage of show promotions.

"This is a business that is about people and interaction. I'm excited to mingle and relax with everyone after a long day at market," said Asha Chaudhary, president/CEO. "This show, new catalog and design movement for Jaipur is about being more relevant and meaningful to our customers. That's why we are here."

Jaipur will also be hosting a daily cocktail hour starting at 4 p.m. at market.

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