Jaipur Rugs Named Rugs Direct's Vendor of the Year

Rugs Direct presents award to JaipurRugs Direct presents award to Jaipur

ATLANTA-Rugs Direct has named Jaipur Rugs its 2012 Vendor of the Year.

"Rugs Direct is honored to recognize Jaipur as our vendor of the year," said Randy Kremer, president, Rugs Direct. "They are doing everything right. Not only does Jaipur provide a superior, high-value product that our customers love, but they conduct their business in the most professional manner possible. From order fulfillment to quality-control and on-time shipping, Jaipur simply makes it a pleasure to promote and sell their beautiful area rugs. This award is but a small token of our appreciation for the way Jaipur consistently exceeds our expectations and goals."

Asha Chaudhary, CEO, Jaipur, added, "It is a privilege to work with such an outstanding group of people at Rugs Direct. They are a true partner and have helped improve our business in every possible way. To be named the vendor of the year is an honor and this is just the beginning of more great things to come."

Shown is Rugs Direct's Kremer, left, and Bill Martin, executive vice president, right, presenting the award to Jaipur's Asha Chaudhary, CEO, second from left, and Candace Clarke.

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