Feizy Rugs to Sponsor ASID Design Ovation Awards

DALLAS--Feizy Rugs will sponsor this year's ASID Dallas Design Ovation Awards at the platinum level. The awards will take place Friday here at the Nuvo Room.

The Design Ovation Awards recognize achievements in interior design, architecture and special contributions to the community made by ASID members and students. Awards will be given in such categories as commercial and residential design, sustainable/green/adaptive reuse design and student real and imagined design. Winners are selected by a jury of industry professionals.

"Feizy Rugs is proud to support the ASID," said John Feizy, founder and CEO. "We are blessed to have built many strong relationships with our designer partners over the past 40 years and recognize what a huge part they have played in our success. It's absolutely our honor to be a part of such a wonderful evening."

For more information about the awards, visit asiddallasdesignovation.com/.

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