Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
According to the Dallas Marketing Center Website, “The finalists will submit a digital presentation to a panel of distinguished judges previously announced, including Melanie Belew, interior designer and owner of Belew Design Studio; Cheryl Holland-Bridges, director of the Center for Retailing Studies and executive professor of marketing at Texas A&M’s May Business School; Ignaz M. Gorischeck, vice president of store development at Neiman Marcus; Jena Hall, president and CEO of Jena Hall Associates; Leslie Newsom Rascoe, who helped launch VERANDA and held various editorial positions including fine arts editor and decoration and design editor; and Susan Inglis, producer, importer, sourcing agent and broker in the home furnishings, fashion and gift industries.” Judging took place in November and consisted of category specific elements. Once all the final votes were completed, they were given to a designated accounting firm for tabulation. As stated, the winners will be announced at the Awards Gala at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas, TX.
In speaking with Kurt Gosch, President of Outrageous Interiors with four conveniently located brick and mortar stores around Atlanta, GA, he said, “We are thrilled to be chosen from among so many fine retailers across the United States.” Patti Gosch added, “We strive to provide our customers with unique choices, and make designing as fun and easy as possible. We are very blessed to be considered for this award.” Outrageous Interiors stores house a wide array of unique furniture finds for every room. They are also known by Atlanta shoppers as a place to find the perfect gift as well as home accessories.
After another year of hard work and dedication to their clients needs, Outrageous Interiors seems to be a notable forerunner for this years ART Award.
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