RevitaRUGS to Give Away an iPad During NYICS

NEW YORK--RevitaRUGS, a leading Oriental and high-end designer rug cleaner, will give away an Apple iPad during the New York International Carpet Show, Sept. 9-11. Any designer or buyer who stops by RevitaRUGS' booth #8 during the show and leaves a business card will be entered for a chance to win.

"The merchants who are buying at NYICS are our end users," said Azita Goldman, vice president, business development, RevitaRUGS. "We're also eager to introduce Revita to the interior designers and architects who will be there."

Founded in Italy, RevitaRUGS' founder and owner Hamid Zarei developed a way to preserve antique rugs, including ones of delicate silk, using ultra-purified water and pure organic additives, a statement said. The company said the process not only cleans but revitalizes the rugs, purging them of dirt, bacteria, dust mites, allergens, stains, odors and chemicals.

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