LR Resources to feature Millennium Weavers Rugs in High Point

DALTON, Ga.-Millennium Weavers, which launched its line at January's Atlanta International Area Rug Market, will make its debut at next month's High Point Market, showing in LR Resources' showroom, space #3450 in Showplace. LR Resources distributes Millennium Weavers' line.

"We introduced our new, world-patented TexelWeave process in January and will begin shipping these truly unique rugs this month. That launch, along with the wide variety of transitional designs in our Arabesque and Millennium collections, has proven hugely successful," said Mike Thompson, vice president of Millennium Weavers' area rug division. "We are extremely excited to offer the uniqueness of these designs to the High Point Market." At the April market, the company will add two more collections with more traditional looks. "We wanted to enter the U.S. marketplace with a distinct and indisputable wow factor...Traditional looks continue to be the bread and butter of the industry and will allow us all to grow, as partners, to further satisfy the buying public," Thompson said.

Jeff Knott, president and CEO, Millennium Weavers, added, "The team we have developed within our own company, added to our great relationship with LR Resources, has really begun to explode with sales and excitement. We are putting the finishing touches on additions to both our TexelWeave and existing polypropylene collections."

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