Feizy Rugs to Host Party at High Point; Offers Incentives

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DALLAS-Hors d'oeuvres, belly dancers and complimentary palm readings will be on the agenda at Feizy this Sunday, Oct. 23, as the company will host its High Point Market party. It will be held from 4 - 6 p.m. in the company's showroom, located at 145 Market Square.

In addition, the company will hold a daily drawing for a free 5-by-8 rug of one's choice from the company's running Saphir collections. Attendees are invited to enter.

Feizy will also offer several market incentives. Retailers who purchase 10 Saphir, Indochine, Starne or Rivington rugs that are sized 5-by-8 or larger will receive one free. Orders of $1,500 or more during market will get a 10 percent discount. For every $1,500 order in the Home collection, the buyer will receive five 18-inch-square samples free. And when one buys a Feizy Home catalog, they will receive a coupon valid for $30 off their next purchase of $250 or more (this catalog offer is the only incentive that may be combined with any other offer).

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