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ROPPE announces Professional Flooring Supply as 2012 Distributor of the Year

Roppe Corporation recently announced Professional Flooring Supply as the recipient of their prestigious 2012 Distributor of the Year.


Professional Flooring Supply was founded in 1977 in Fort Worth Texas with a commitment to providing the floor covering professional with the finest selection of installation tools and materials available. With a steadfast dedication to professionalism in every aspect of their business, they continue to be successful. “PFS joined the Roppe distributor team in 2004. Through support of our full line of products, they have been able to grow their business steadily even in unsure economic times”, said Bart Rogers, RHC Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “We have enjoyed being a part of their more recent history, and likewise having them as a part of ours. The dedication of their management team can be seen in the architectural and specification support in their market that is second to none.”


PFS proudly boasts the fact that they are a 3rd generation family business with family values. They serve every major metropolitan area and the surrounding communities in Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Northern Louisiana.


PFS has made a strong commitment to excellent service, strong customer relationships, and loyal vendor partnerships. Ongoing formal training programs for both customer service and sales staffs are an important element in defining their ability to completely service their customers versus their competition. These strengths have resulted in PFS earning this esteemed honor three times since partnering with Roppe, and becoming one of the top flooring distributors in the country.

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