Feizy Rugs Kicks Off Year-Long 40th Anniversary Celebration

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DALLAS-Feizy Rugs will begin a year-long celebration in January to celebrate its 40th year in business.

Among the events planned will be fetes for all Las Vegas and High Point markets next year, as well as the launch of several contests and social media initiatives, major product announcements and a new


"Our designers have been hard at work creating some stunning collections to commemorate our 40th year in business," said John Feizy, founder, president and CEO. "There are some incredible events

planned, and lots of contests and incentives to celebrate our loyal clients. We've developed some really special relationships over the past 40 years and continue to form new ones at each market, and this

is a time to honor our customers as well. We're looking forward to our ruby anniversary."

Feizy Rugs began as a small retail store here in 1973, carrying only fine handknotted rugs. Eventually John Feizy leased a space in the Dallas World Trade Center and began dealing exclusively to the trade. As the demand for a variety of programmed rugs grew, he expanded his operation to include rug designers both in Dallas and overseas, and the company's collections extended to encompass the Feizy Fine Rug Collection and the Feizy Home Collection.

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