City of Industry, CA – [March 30, 2012] Bentley Prince Street, Inc., an industry leader in commercial carpet design, quality and sustainability, wants to take customers on a journey across America with its latest product offering, Roadside Attractions. Available in broadloom, carpet tile and area rugs, Roadside Attractions is the Bentley Prince Street version of a summer road trip with a non-directional pattern that emulates sections of a road map and a color line named for real, American landmarks.
This product will also help put children in distress on the road to recovery. A percentage of sales from Roadside Attractions will be donated to The Moyer Foundation, a non-profit organization that created Camp Erin™, the largest nationwide network of free bereavement camps for children and teens ages 6-17 who have experienced the death of someone close to them.
“Roadside Attractions is truly a product you can feel good about specifying; it’s fresh, fun, modern and philanthropic,” says Anthony Minite, president of Bentley Prince Street. “As a father of four, I am incredibly moved by The Moyer Foundation and its efforts to support children in distress. I’d like Camp Erin to become an American Landmark of its own.”
Roadside Attractions shares a direct heritage with Bentley Prince Street’s bestselling products, Satellite City™and Suburban Fringe™. All three products coordinate beautifully with subtle patterning, and like Roadside Attractions, pay homage to classic America. Bustling satellite cities and shopping districts throughout the country inspire Satellite City and Suburban Fringe. Roadside Attractions offers a refreshing color line and when specified with less contrasting colors, has a dissolved pattern appearance for more conservative spaces. Roadside Attractions will add the right amount of visual interest to the following environments: corporate, government, healthcare, higher education, hospitality and retail.
“Roadside Attractions is a really fun product that evokes American optimism with a combination of highly graphic and more subtle designs,” says Valerie Ottaviano, Vice President of Product Design.
The Moyer Foundation was founded in 2000 by World Series champion pitcher, Jamie Moyer, and his wife Karen. It’s a public, non-profit organization with the mission of helping children in distress. Camp Erin is a weekend-long experience filled with traditional, fun, camp activities combined with grief education and emotional support -- facilitated by grief professionals and trained volunteers in nearly 40 locations across the country.
Bentley Prince Street takes a holistic approach to sustainability. All broadloom products contain an average of 10% post-consumer recycled content by total product weight and are certified to the NSF-140 Sustainability Assessment for Carpet at the Platinum level when installed with High PerformancePC™ backing and at the Gold level when installed with NexStep® Cushion Tile backing. The company manufactures in a LEED-EB® Silver certified building and is moving toward its Mission Zero® promise of eliminating any negative impact that it may have on the environment by the year 2020 with sustainability programs that include Cool Carpet™ and ReEntry® 2.0.
About Bentley Prince Street
Defining style, color, quality and service for 30 years, Bentley Prince Street manufactures and markets award-winning broadloom, carpet tile and area rugs for commercial interiors across the globe. Bentley Prince Street is committed to sustainable commerce and innovations to integrate style and function with environmental practices through its Mission Zero® goal of eliminating any negative impact it has on the environment by the year 2020. With the industry’s most comprehensive vertical carpet manufacturing facility, the company maintains third-party certification to the ISO 9001:2009 Quality Management System and the ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System. Based in Los Angeles County, California, Bentley Prince Street is a subsidiary of Interface, Inc., a global provider of floor coverings. For more information, please visit www.bentleyprincestreet.com and http://bpscarpet.blogspot.com
About The Moyer Foundation
The Moyer Foundation is a public, 501 (c)(3) organization with offices in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Seattle, Washington. The organization was founded in 2000 by World Series champion pitcher, Jamie Moyer and his wife, Karen. The Foundation’s mission is to empower children in distress and with the community’s support, creates and funds programs to give children the tools and skills to overcome life’s greatest challenges. In addition to community-funded grants, The Moyer Foundation also created and funds Camp Erin™, the largest network of free bereavement camps in the country for grieving children and teens; and Camp Mariposa™, a free camp program for children living with addiction/substance abuse in their families with locations in Washington, Indiana, Pennsylvania and Florida. The Moyer Foundation raises funds through special events, corporate partners and individual donors. For more information, visit www.moyerfoundation.org.
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