ART Announces Atlanta Market ART Card Participants
January 8, 2013,
CHARLOTTE, N.C.--Fifteen vendors will be participating in Accessories Resource Team's ART card program this week at the Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market and the Atlanta International Area Rug Show. Exclusive to ART members, the ART card program offers exclusive market specials and promotions to retailers who present their ART card when they place an order.
This market's vendors and their promotions are: Artisan House (Building 1, 14-E-11, 5 percent discount on all orders), Classic Concepts (Building 1, 12-D-2, 5 percent off market orders, including show promotions), Currey & Co (Building 1, 14-F-10, free freight on orders more than $2,500; does not include Faux Bois), Flambeau (Building 1, 14-A-11, an additional 5 percent off orders of $500 or more and in addition to other promotions offered), GuildMaster (Building 1, 13-A-1, 10 percent off a minimum order of $2,000), IMAX (Building 2, 1100-1141, 5 percent additional discount), Jaipur (Building 1, 3-C-15, free freight on all market orders of $1,000 or more), Lacefield (Building 1, 13-A-1, ten percent off show purchase), Lazy Susan (Building 1, 13-A-1, free freight on orders more than $2,500), Loloi (Building 1, 4-C-7, a $300 Amazon gift card with purchase of $5,000 or more; gift card will be sent 30 days after complete shipment), Paragon (Building 1, 12-A-8, orders of $1,000 to $1,999 will get a 5 percent discount, standard terms apply, while orders of $2,000 and more will get free freight and a free mirror), Propac (Building 1, 12-A-2, free freight for an order of $2,000 or more), Sterling (Building 1, 12-F-9, a 5 percent additional off orders written at market, including show specials), Surya (Building 1, 11-A-1, a 10 percent discount on any show order or free shipping), and Uttermost (Building 1, 12-E-2A, free freight on orders more than $1,000 for continental US ART retailers).
The retail annual membership to ART and participation in the discount program is $250 annually and open to home furnishings retailers and interior design studios.
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