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SURYA TO SHOWCASE HUNDREDS OF NEW FASHION-FORWARD DESIGNS FOR ALL LIFESTYLES AND BUDGETS AT THE 2018 WINTER MARKETS  12.29.17


Surya will unveil hundreds of new accessories across all of its product categories at the upcoming Atlanta and Dallas Markets. New and expanded machine-made and handcrafted rug collections will be on display in addition to unique lamps, mirrors, pillows, poufs, and accents in a wide range of styles and price points. The latest additions to the Surya line will be on display at the company’s AmericasMart Atlanta showroom, 11-A-1, from January 9-16, and at its Dallas Market Center showroom, WTC 560, January 17-23.

“2018 is going to be a big year for Surya,” said Satya Tiwari, president of Surya. “Our product development team has done a great job of predicting the trends early in order for us to bring to market the best quality products when demand is at its highest. Additionally, monitoring consumer buying patterns has enabled us to see what is truly relevant for our customers’ customer. For example, we’ve expanded many of our existing top-selling rug collections such as Harput and Basilica with fresh new color ways. Our goal is always to help our customers’ businesses grow, so we are excited to continue to learn from their responses and experiences.”

New rug introductions include:

Hannon Hill - The hand-tufted Hannon Hill collection brings high texture via carvings, high-low pile, and cut-and-loop construction. Traditional Persian and tile designs are displayed in vivid pink, aqua and orange alongside dusty mauve, green and peach.

Dena - Hand hooked in Turkish kilim and southwestern designs, the Dena collection features traditional rust, brown, gold, olive, and brick palettes, ideal for lodge or cabin-inspired settings.

Chelsea - The machine-made Chelsea collection includes 11 Persian center medallion designs in bright blues and oranges in addition to grays, black, and neutrals with vintage distressing.

Elaziz - Catering to both bright and subdued color palettes, the machine-made Elaziz collection comprises 34 rugs in updated traditional and tribal bohemian designs that utilize magenta, saffron and blue as well as black, white and other neutrals.

Serengeti Shag - Inspired by the ever-popular Berber shags of Morocco, the machine-made Serengeti Shag collection is comprised of varying bohemian patterns in gray and cream color palettes.

Soleil - The machine-made Soleil collection by Surya combines grays with accents of yellow and blue in abstract and updated traditional center medallion designs that include distressing for an antique effect.

Topkapi - Surya’s Topkapi collection is machine made in a medium pile with distressed center medallions, bordered and damask designs in color palettes fusing charcoal, gold, and rust.

Crescendo - The machine-made Crescendo collection showcases abstract and traditional designs with both matte and high luster appearances.

New introductions for other accessory categories include:

Caviness - The modern Caviness table lamp is made of carved, frosted glass in cool gray and mounted on a crystal base.

Keller - The gold glass of the Keller table lamp features a mid-century modern silhouette in silver, mercury glass with brushed brass accents.

Kitt - Available in gold-infused bright orange, pale blue and cream, the Kitt table lamp is suitable for modern, transitional and coastal spaces.

Omar - The modern industrial Omar table and floor lamps resemble caged factory lights with a combination of concrete and copper materials.

Russo - Russo table and floor lamp have sophisticated, frosted glass cylinder bodies in white and gray with gray linen drum shades.

Yale - Yale table and floor lamps are comprised of natural wood, a lacquered metal shade and base, as well as adjustable lamp heads and bodies, suitable for office and educational workspaces.

Ward - The Ward mirror features bronzed metal spokes that radiate from a beveled round mirror to form a modern sunburst.

Folsom - The Folsom mirror has a fanciful, elongated diamond shape with a burnished gold leaf finish.

Melrose - The Melrose mirror is made of three-dimensional, stacked rectangles in a burnished gold leaf finish.

Camila - The Camila pillow collection, made from a silky cotton and silk blend, has a global aesthetic due to its bohemian ikat design and is available in three, on-trend colorways.

Cyber - The sophisticated, tech-inspired pillows of the Cyber collection feature crushed velvet with box edges in contrasting colors with a metallic effect.

Serengeti - Building on the success of the Cotton Velvet collection, Serengeti pillows have the same soft cotton velvet fabric with oversized pom-poms around the edges for a modern global look.

Bahati - The soft, sheepskin Bahati pouf is constructed on a wood frame with short legs for elevation and serves as a perfect complement to Surya’s Sheepskin rug collection.

Delhi - The patched, Moroccan style of the Delhi pouf has an embroidered design and tassel edging, providing a vibrant, worldly appeal.

Magpie - Surya’s Magpie collection pairs finely crackled celedon and bone accent vases with a delicate bird perched on the lid.

Rondure - The modern Rondure decorative accents comprise a set of three spheres in graduated sizes, hand painted with finely striped wintergreen and gold lines.

Market attendees are encouraged to schedule an appointment with a Surya sales specialist at www.surya.com/market-registration.
 

  • Atlanta – Jan. 9-16 | AmericasMart 11-A-1 | 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily
  • Dallas – Jan. 17-23 | WTC 560 | 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily

For high-resolution images of all the fall new introductions, click here.


SURYA HIRES ROB ROSENQUIST AS NEW VP OF SALES  12.14.17


Surya has appointed Rob Rosenquist to the position of vice president of sales. As an executive sales leader with 23 years of experience in business development, sales operations, channel management and training, Rosenquist will lead sales efforts for Surya across all segments including design, retail and e-commerce channels.

Rosenquist most recently served as the vice president of sales at Symmons Industries. In this capacity, he lead a team of 50 people across North America that was responsible for the commercial wholesale, retail, showroom, and e-commerce product sales within the hospitality, multifamily housing, healthcare, and education facilities sectors. Prior to Symmons Industries, Rosenquist also served in vice president, director and manager roles at Newell Rubbermaid and Black & Decker.

"Rob brings a wealth of sales experience and an outstanding track record of motivating and engaging sales teams at leading companies” says Satya Tiwari, president of Surya. “I believe Rob’s leadership, experience, enthusiasm, and demand for excellent service will be pivotal in helping Surya scale and execute on our aggressive growth strategy. We are excited and privileged to have him on board.”
In addition to assuming responsibility for sales efforts across all channels, Rosenquist will be involved in shaping Surya’s corporate strategy as a member of the leadership team.

"Surya has a strong business foundation that is accompanied by an energetic and supportive team,” says Rosenquist. “I have felt genuine encouragement and a strong desire to grow the business from my new team and from other departments. That combination makes Surya a company that people will want to watch! The future is bright at Surya and I am happy to be a part of it.”

Rosenquist will report to Satya Tiwari and will be based out of the company’s headquarters in Cartersville, Ga.

For more information about Surya, visit www.surya.com.

SURYA TO HEAT UP WINTER MARKETS WITH ‘ULTRA VIOLET’ RUGS AND ACCESSORIES  12.07.17


Just in time for the winter markets, Surya will be showcasing a variety of rugs and accessories in Ultra Violet, the Pantone® 2018 Color of the Year. Featured as a primary and accent color in many Surya products, the newly announced Color of the Year is deemed a “dramatically provocative and thoughtful purple shade” that “communicates originality, ingenuity and visionary thinking.”

According to Pantone, Ultra Violet symbolizes the current era’s innovation and future aspirations, alluding to the desire to achieve a higher level of consciousness and impact. Historically, purples have been associated with figures known for their creativity, uniqueness, influence, and excellence, all of which echo the ambitions of various individuals and companies, across all industries.


“Synonymous with luxury, creativity and imagination, Ultra Violet is the perfect choice for the 2018 Pantone Color of the Year,” says Lynne Meredith, vice president of product development at Surya. “We are seeing all shades of purple and mauve emerge as a key color for textiles and decorative accents. It is a great inspirational shade for residential and commercial spaces looking to establish and maintain a sense of grandeur and originality.”


Ultra Violet brings nuance and intricacy to the home décor and design industry, allowing for astute individuality. The hue can create a bold impression through large-scale artwork and detailed, graphic rugs or serve as a subtle accent via simple combinations of small accessories. No matter the approach, it is accessible for virtually any style and space.


During the upcoming winter markets in Atlanta and Dallas, visitors to Surya’s showrooms will be able to experience a curated assortment of Ultra Violet accessories including rugs, pillows, poufs, art, and more.

  • Atlanta – Jan. 9-16; AmericasMart 11-A-1; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily
  • Dallas – Jan. 17-23; WTC 560; 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily

For more information about Surya’s accessories, visit www.surya.com.


View Surya products in Ultra Violet.


SURYA TO HOST SERIES OF EDUCATIONAL AND ENTERTAINING EVENTS AT FALL HIGH POINT MARKET  10.06.17


Surya continues its tradition of presenting events where High Point Market attendees can expand their industry knowledge and network with peers and influencers over daily complimentary catered meals, hors d’oeuvres and cocktails at Showplace 4100.

“Every year, we set out to host events that engage market attendees in insightful discussions about topics that impact their businesses and the overall design community,” said Satya Tiwari, president of Surya. “This year, we are excited to not only bring the discerning business mind of designer Denise McGaha to the Surya showroom, but also present our own original CEU course that will uncover interesting and useful facts about area rugs.”

The events hosted by Surya are as follows:

The Guide to Area Rugs (0.1 CEU)
Saturday, October 14 from 2-3 p.m.

Surya's first-ever CEU course will survey uses of area rugs throughout the world and history, from thousands of years ago to today. The demonstration of materials, fabrication and application practices will improve designers’ ability to provide informed style solutions for clients.






Fall Celebration
Sunday, October 15 from 6-11 p.m.

Market attendees will be able to participate in an evening of fun and relaxation with access to an open bar and complimentary hors d'oeuvres, followed by music and dancing.







How to Deliver Luxury Projects in Under 90 Days (0.1 CEU)
Monday, October 16 from 2-3 p.m.

Presented by the High Point Market Authority and American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), Denise McGaha will present her trademarked "Designing with a Deadline" process and how it transformed her interior design business, along with tips on project management tools, working with showrooms and attracting the ideal clientele.





Surya’s showroom, Showplace 4100, will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., beginning Friday, Oct. 13. Attendees are encouraged to schedule an appointment with a Surya sales specialist at www.surya.com/market-registration by Wednesday, Oct. 11.

SURYA TO PRESENT INAUGURAL CEU COURSE AT HIGH POINT MARKET AS PRECURSOR TO COMPREHENSIVE ACCESSORIES CURRICULUM FOR DESIGNERS  10.03.17


Surya has announced the launch of an accessories-focused education program for designers, including the roll out of a series of Continuing Education Unit (CEU) courses over the next year. Surya’s first CEU course, titled “The Guide to Area Rugs,” will make its debut at High Point Market on Saturday, Oct. 14 from 2-3 p.m. at the Surya showroom, Showplace 4100. The course will enhance participants' fundamental knowledge of area rugs to provide the best possible design solution for clients. Participants will delve into the history of area rugs across the globe, rug materials and fabrication, best application practices for today, and area rugs’ impact on design.

Accredited by the Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC), the session will count for .1 CEU credits. Following High Point Market, the course will be presented throughout the U.S. to interior designers and industry professionals.

“As part of our long-standing reputation for thought leadership, we constantly share market, trend and product insights to support our customers and their businesses,” said Satya Tiwari, president of Surya. “With our new accessories-focused educational curriculum, designers can arm themselves with information to better advise their clients in the specification phase and establish greater professional trust, while earning required annual education credits. This is a value-add we look forward to providing to our customers and the design community at large.”

A complete list of events taking place in the Surya showroom can be accessed at www.surya.com/market-events. The Surya showroom, Showplace 4100, will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., beginning Friday, Oct. 13.

SURYA RELEASES FALL 2017 CATALOG  9.29.17


Surya has announced the release of its most comprehensive catalog to date, featuring 936 pages of more than 60,000 SKUs, an expanded Trends section and an enhanced selection of inspiring lifestyle imagery. The visually appealing yet highly functional Fall 2017 Catalog includes thousands of new accessories across all categories, offering endless options for seamlessly coordinated spaces for any style and budget.

To simplify the search process for customers, products are grouped into major categories – Lighting, Wall Decor, Decorative Accents, Textiles, Accent Furniture, Rugs, and Outdoor – which are then organized by style. Each style is laid out by price from high ($$$$$) to low ($) for targeted searches based on budget. Surya is also providing richer product data, including Pantone® TPX numbers for more categories to ensure accurate color selection.

Visual indexes are available for Surya’s Top Sellers, which include a short list of the company’s go-to products with proven sales traction, as well as for the full line of Surya rugs. Larger images have been incorporated to display the intricate design details of high-end rugs and supplemental zoomed-in close-ups have been provided for mirrors and pillows. The catalog includes significant additions to the company’s machine-made and high-end rug offerings, as well as table, task and floor lamps.

“We have listened to our customers’ feedback and applied it to the contents and organization of our latest catalog,” said Satya Tiwari, president of Surya. “Our goal is to simplify the buying experience and one way we accomplish this is by providing a best-in-class resource that is easy-to-navigate, but also visually stimulating, fueling our customers’ imaginations with ideas for how they can bring their clients’ visions to reality with the full suite of Surya accessories.”

The Fall 2017 Catalog is currently mailing to customers and will make its official debut at High Point Market. To browse a digital version of the fall catalog, visit www.surya.com/ecatalog or download the Surya app from the Apple App Store. Market attendees can pick up a copy in the Surya showroom, Showplace 4100, which will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., beginning Friday, Oct. 13. Attendees are also encouraged to schedule an appointment with a Surya sales specialist at www.surya.com/market-registration by Wednesday, Oct. 11.

Click the following links for high-resolution images of the Fall 2017 Catalog and Trends.

SURYA TO UNVEIL HUNDREDS OF NEW RUGS ACCESSORIES AT FALL HIGH POINT MARKET, OFFERING LIMITLESS DESIGN POSSIBILTIES  9.21.17


Surya is set to introduce hundreds of new accessories spanning the full spectrum of lifestyles and price points at the upcoming High Point Market. Located at Showplace 4100, the Surya showroom will showcase numerous new hand-tufted, machine-made and hand-knotted rug collections, its largest lighting offering to date, and fresh additions to the pillow, throw, accent furniture, decorative accents, and wall decor lines.

“Providing variety and versatility to our customers is a top priority for us,” said Satya Tiwari, president of Surya. “Our product development team has produced an assortment of accessories that provide accessible options for every style and budget. From the most luxurious, hand-knotted rugs to high-quality, affordable machine-made collections as well as our textile and hardline categories, there are relevant options for any setting. Maintaining a wide and deep product line allows us to continue serving as the one-stop shop for all our customers’ needs.”

Surya’s new handmade rugs capture styles ranging from traditional to global to modern, with the highest quality of craftsmanship.

Classic Nouveau - The Classic Nouveau collection comprises 12 wool, hand-hooked rugs with traditional and updated traditional color palettes in center medallion, floral and bordered patterns.

Courtney - The hand-knotted Courtney rugs showcase wool Soumek with pile construction and fringe detail in cream, black and orange with khaki color palettes.

Diwali - Surya’s Diwali rugs are hand tufted with wool in a medium pile with paisley and center medallion patterns of blues, grays, oranges, pinks, and yellows.

Ethereal - Undyed and reversible, the Ethereal collection is made up of three, 100-percent wool, hand-knotted rugs with updated traditional designs in neutral color palettes.

Fire Work - The updated traditional Fire Work collection has 11 wool, hand-tufted rugs in low pile, vivid floral and medallion designs made of varying shades of red, pinks, blues, yellows, grays, orange, and black.

Gorgeous - The Gorgeous rug collection features hand-knotted traditional floral and bordered designs with a lustrous sheen and modern color palettes including pinks, yellows, aqua, mauve, teal, navy, and neutrals.

Zander - The neutral and brown, hair on hide Zander collection’s three, hand crafted rugs can be paired with the new Zander pillows and poufs for a completely coordinated space.

Surya’s latest machine-made rug collections have been crafted with the most plush of fibers and a variety of color palettes to suit multiple lifestyles.

Aura Silk - Influenced by one-of-a-kind, hand-knotted rugs, the Aura Silk collection includes 20 machine-made rugs in medium pile, Persian designs with bold, bright colors.

Basilica - Surya’s top-selling, machine-made Basilica rug collection has 19 new colorways and designs including small scale, multicolor geometrics and timeless leaf patterns with a high-low pile and lustrous sheen.

Mahal - The soft pile, machine-made Mahal rug collection includes classic designs in traditional blues and rusts with distressing for a vintage appearance and lustrous sheen.

Moroccan Shag - Inspired by the Berber shags of Morocco, the machine-made Moroccan Shag rug collection features the staple black and white colors, while some of the rugs are infused with color for an updated look.

Surya continues to grow its lighting, textile, accent furniture, decorative accents, and wall decor categories to include coordinating color palettes, designs and materials for well-appointed spaces.

Alyssia - The modern glam Alyssia table lamps are made of silver-gilded metal with open trelliage motifs.

Boothe - Surya’s Boothe table and floor lamps have stacked metal and crystal bodies with a flowering effect.

Cooper - The top-selling Cooper lamp collection has five new colorways featuring the hammered, antiqued jar lamp style.

Akira - The Akira pillow collection is made of soft cotton velvet with a pleated design in colors varying from soft aqua, beige and charcoal to new mauve, madder and terracotta.

Andrina - High on glamour, the Andrina pillows are woven with champagne gold, silver and bronze reversible sequins.

Braith - The gray and white, minimal bohemian designs of the Braith pillows have a soft, plush texture and corner tassels.

Yasmine - The Yasmine pillow collection has knife-edge details and a soft, metallic sheen in jewel toned colorways including teal, rust and navy as well as neutral taupe and gray.

India - The India throw collection includes a texture knit design with trendy, statement corner tassels.

Zagros - The Zagros pouf collection captures the essence of handcrafted Southwest design with its traditional kilim patterns and vibrant colors.

Cane Garden - The Cane Garden accent furniture collection caters to the natural aesthetic with its inlaid, bamboo garden stools and coordinating tray accent.

Sausalito - The hand-painted, white to blue ombre effect of the Sausalito decorative accent collection has a ceramic appearance, yet is made of spun bamboo.

Ilene - The bohemian-inspired Ilene mirror features a medium-density fiberboard frame with inlaid bamboo and carvings for a natural aesthetic.

Surya’s showroom at Showplace 4100 will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., beginning Friday, Oct. 13. Market attendees are encouraged to schedule an appointment with a Surya sales specialist at www.surya.com/market-registration by Wednesday, Oct. 11. For more information about Surya’s accessories, visit www.surya.com.

For high-resolution images of all the fall new introductions, click here.

SURYA TO LAUNCH HYPER-DURABLE BELLA-DURA® OUTDOOR RUG COLLECTION AT HIGH POINT MARKET  9.14.17


At High Point Market, Surya will introduce a new line of indoor-outdoor rugs in partnership with the high-performance fabric manufacturer Bella-Dura®. Constructed with Bella-Dura® solution dyed polyolefin, the Maritime rug collection offers exceptional durability, ideal for residential and commercial spaces.

“This is not your typical run-of-the-mill polyolefin,” said Susan Lobel, vice president of marketing and brand development at Bella-Dura®. “Our fiber has been infused with silver ion technology, making it anti-bacterial and mildew-resistant, and has also been engineered to offer greater UV-protection than typical materials. This allows Bella-Dura® polyolefin to stand apart from other fibers and finishes.”

The Maritime collection includes 15 hand-woven, outdoor-safe rugs that are inherently bleach cleanable, stain, pill, and microbe resistant with the ability to endure over 1,500 hours of direct sunlight without fading. Additionally, the Maritime collection is fully sustainable, crafted with the only fiber on the market, synthetic or natural, that begins as a by-product and ends its life as a fully recyclable product. “We designed the Maritime collection with designers, decorative wholesalers, hotels, and cruise lines in mind,” said Lynne Meredith, vice president of product development at Surya.

“We intentionally included a mix of bold and neutral color palettes in striped patterns to appeal to a variety of potential design and lifestyle demands. Bella-Dura®’s incredibly resilient fiber composition makes this one of the strongest and most low-maintenance outdoor safe rug collections in the market.” In addition to the new Maritime rug collection, Surya’s popular Caplin outdoor pillows are also designed with Bella-Dura® fabric.

Surya’s showroom at Showplace 4100 will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., beginning Friday, Oct. 13. Market attendees are encouraged to schedule an appointment with a Surya sales specialist at www.surya.com/market-registration by Wednesday, Oct. 11. For more information about Surya’s outdoor accessories, visit www.surya.com/outdoor.

SURYA NAMED TO INC. 5000 LIST OF FASTEST GROWING COMPANIES FOR SEVENTH STRAIGHT YEAR  8.16.17


For the seventh consecutive year, Surya has been recognized on the prestigious Inc. 5000 list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment— its independent small and midsized businesses. Companies such as Microsoft, Dell, LinkedIn, Yelp, Zillow, and many other well-known names gained their first national exposure as honorees of the Inc. 5000.

Surya earned its spot on the list this year based on 51 percent three-year revenue growth to $124 million and the addition of 191 jobs during the same period. By revenue, Surya ranked 11th in the Consumer Products and Services category and 13th among the 233 Georgia-based companies on the list. In recognition of its solid track record of more than five years of strong and consistent growth, Surya continues to hold its spot on the Inc. 5000 Honor Roll.

Surya’s steady organic growth has been a result of a series of bold strategic decisions. Since 2010, Surya has incrementally added new product categories each year, branching from rugs to pillows, throws, lighting, wall decor, accent furniture, decorative accents, and bedding. In 2016, the company consolidated operations from seven warehouses into a single, one million-square-foot distribution facility, upgraded to a powerful new multi-million dollar warehouse management system and implemented state-of-the-art racking technology. Today, Surya is able to seamlessly provide retailers and designers with access to over 60,000 SKUs and offers the fastest fulfillment rates in the industry.

“We pride ourselves on our ability to ‘think big and move fast,’” said Satya Tiwari, president of Surya. “It is one of our core values and, with the support of our loyal employees and customers, we have been able to reap the benefits of successful execution of our lofty goals. We appreciate being recognized on the Inc. 5000 list for a seventh year. To think of how we have grown since our first year on the list to today is nothing short of amazing and I look forward to continuing the upward growth trajectory for years to come.”

Unveiled online at Inc.com, the 2017 Inc. 5000 is the most competitive crop in the list’s history. "The Inc. 5000 is the most persuasive evidence I know that the American Dream is still alive,” says Inc. President and Editor-In-Chief Eric Schurenberg. “The founders and CEOs of the Inc. 5000 tell us they think determination, risk taking, and vision were the keys to their success, and I believe them.”

The 2017 Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth when comparing 2013 to 2016. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2013 and be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent—not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies—as of Dec. 31, 2016.

For more information about Surya, visit www.surya.com.

SURYA TO OPEN SEVEN YEAR-ROUND DESIGN SHOWROOMS ACROSS THE COUNTRY  7.26.17


As part of a regional expansion strategy to be closer to its customers, Surya will be opening several showrooms across the country over the next year. Surya’s first new showroom will open this September at the Design Center at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago. Three additional showrooms are set to open by the end of the year. Surya’s new showrooms will be located in Boston, Denver, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, and San Francisco – cities widely recognized as leading centers of design.

“Our goal is to simplify the accessories buying experience for our customers, so we want to make our products more accessible to them,” said Satya Tiwari, president of Surya. “Our new state-of-the-art showrooms will provide a one-stop shop for accessories, where customers can experience our products on their own schedule, as often as they like. We have been collaborating with our customers and the design community at large over the last few months to develop the concept and plan for our new showrooms. We look forward to bringing this vision to reality.”
 
Building on the success of its year-round showrooms in Dallas and Atlanta, Surya will feature its full rug line in each new showroom, as well as best sellers from each product category. The new showrooms will be designed to inspire and inform visitors, featuring the latest trends and artfully curated vignettes. Designers will also have access to a design library and a robust sample checkout program. Surya’s new showrooms will be equipped with all the products, resources and technology needed to facilitate the design process and are intended to serve as a collaborative space for designers to work with their clients and bring their design ideas to life.
 
Surya's Atlanta (AmericasMart 11-A-1) and Dallas (WTC 560) showrooms are open daily, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information about Surya and its showrooms, visit www.surya.com.

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