(PRWEB) February 13, 2013
1800 Get A Rug, a leading importer and wholesaler of fine Oriental rugs, launched a customer contest for $1,000 worth of fine, 100% genuine hand-knotted rugs. The winner of this contest will be selected at random and will be notified by email and phone. The contest can be viewed and entered through Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/1800GetaRug/app_12891668727252
“We have the best customers in the world. We launched this contest to reward them and any potential new customers,” said a company representative. “We specialize in hand-knotted rugs, crafted with care over long periods of time. While these rugs tend to be more expensive than ‘tufted rugs,’ the superior quality makes them priceless, lasting for generations and often becoming family heirlooms. We are excited to begin this contest and share these hand-knotted rugs with others!”
A genuine, hand-knotted rug is a flat woven fabric hand-knotted in one of the Middle or Far East's traditional weaving areas such as Nepal, China, Tibet, or Turkey. Every knot is individually knotted — the higher the number of knots per square inch, the higher the rug's quality. A densely-knotted 9x12 rug can often take a skilled weaver more than a year to complete.
1800 Get A Rug offers a wide range of these fine hand-knotted rugs. Their showroom and warehouse include everything from traditional to contemporary rugs, Oriental to Persian rugs, and many other fine rugs. With this contest and their current Winter Savings Sale, 1800 Get A Rug incentivizes old and potential customers to discover the quality of their hand-knotted rugs.
About 1800 Get A Rug
Established in 1990, 1800 Get A Rug was among the first importers and wholesalers of fine hand-knotted Oriental rugs in the United State. 1800 Get A Rug followed up on this pioneering success by being one of the first three Oriental rug dealers to offer genuine hand-knotted oriental rugs on the internet. At the heart of this commercial success — through supplying the interior design community and regular homeowners—is the idea that handmade rugs are “art for the floor.”