Loloi Rugs Nearly Doubles High Point Showroom for Spring 2012 Market

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DALLAS-Loloi Rugs has expanded its High Point Market showroom, which has almost doubled in size to 14,000 square feet.

Located in the International Home Furnishings Center in space D320, the expanded showroom is in response to the company's continued growth and will include the company's new rug designs. The new High Point showroom marks Loloi's largest buying venue outside of its Dallas headquarters.

"High Point is an exciting and challenging market for buyers to work," said Amir Loloi, owner of Loloi Rugs. "Our aim for this expanded space is to create a destination that makes our customers feel welcome and at home. We will offer them both an enticing and fun shopping experience, as well as a place to unwind and relax."

Amenities in the new showroom will include vignettes that showcase the company's rugs, along with a full hospitality area where customers can enjoy lunch, beverages and hors d'oeuvres during market.

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