Laura Ashley Honors Licensees

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FORT MILL, S.C.-Laura Ashley Inc. has honored five of its licensees for outstanding performance over the past year.

The Bon Ton was named Licensee of the Year by the famed home and fashion brand. The department store is the exclusive licensee for several apparel categories and also carries Ashley soft home products.

Other honorees were: Best sales performance, Mohawk Rugs, which does bath rugs; Best e-commerce, Revman, for bed and bath textiles; Best brand vision, Hollander, which does basic bedding; and Best marketing, Opus Living, for interior lighting.

"This year's winners showed exceptional tenacity in the midst of an extraordinarily tough economic climate," said Penne Cairoli, general manager for Laura Ashley, "and continued to expand distribution for the Laura Ashley brand."

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