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H.J. Martin and Son improves Carpet One sales ranking

February 6, 2013
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For more than a decade, H.J. Martin and Son has partnered with Carpet One Floor & Home to bring exclusive flooring product lines to Northeast Wisconsin. The company is pleased to report that it just has been ranked No. 13 among Carpet One dealers in North America based on purchases.

Of the 871 Carpet One members in the United States and Canada, H.J. Martin consistently has earned a spot in the top 20 for volume of sales. Although the company only has two retail flooring locations (Green Bay and Neenah), it has a statewide and national presence which elevates its volume and is indicative of its ranking.

In 2011 H.J. Martin was ranked No. 14, and sales increased more than seven percent to improve its ranking. According to Carpet One representatives, the company is within striking distance of cracking the top 10 this year.

“Our Carpet One ranking is strong due to the continued support of our customers, who clearly understand the importance of buying quality flooring from us that isn’t available anywhere else in the area,” says Edward Martin, H.J. Martin and Son CEO. “We appreciate the business, and look forward to serving our returning and new customers in 2013.”

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