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There was real emotion in the room as the Carlisle representatives spoke about their wool being the best in the world.” For most of the growers, the event was a unique opportunity to see carpets made from their woolpresented on an international platform to an audience which included media, interior designers and Carlisle sales specialists, Carr said.
“Our growers got to see first-hand that their wool is a truly premium product that is in high demand at the exclusive end of the market in the US.
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“Americans have been slow adopters of wool carpet in their homes to date.Craig Carr, managing director of Carrfields, said the farmers who attended the event were immensely proud to see the finished carpets and rugs, which are now available from US luxuryflooring specialist Carlisle, presented at the event.“Our growers were thrilled to have the chance to see the range and touch it.It was a very proud moment for them.”On the day of the launch, the farmers were given a tour of One World Trade Center, the first building to be completed on the rebuilt Twin Towers site.The New Zealand contingent was the first group to ever be permitted to tour the building, following an invitation from Architectural Digest, owned by media giant, Conde Nast, which has its offices on the 34th floor.