Allan Palecek to Receive ARTS Award

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DALLAS-Allan H. Palecek, founder, CEO and lead designer of Palecek, will receive the Academy of Achievement Award at the 23rd annual ARTS Awards taking place on Saturday, January 21, 2012, during the Total Home & Gift Markets here.

"Allan's dedication to design, function and craftsmanship have led his brand to become one of the most recognized and well-respected in the industry," said Bill Winsor, president and CEO, Dallas Market Center. "His contribution to the home decor industry is immeasurable and we are pleased to recognize his nearly 35 years of excellence with this honor."

The ARTS Awards is the premier awards program for the home decorative accessories industry. The Academy of Achievement honor is awarded each year to recognize companies and/or individuals that have made significant contributions to the industry. The award will be presented at the ARTS Awards new location, the Hilton Anatole Hotel.

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