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Six of Premier Prints' new Luxe Poly patterns. L to R: Avalon Marmalade, Brazil Greenery, Ecuador Slate Blue, Lenore Batom, Nico Aqua, and Pineapple Pineapple.

Premier Prints

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Premier Prints is launching an exciting new outdoor option. Luxe Poly is a luxuriously textured woven polyester with advanced 1,000 hour lightfastness protection, DWR technology, and bleach cleanability - features that you've come to expect and enjoy from the entire Premier Prints outdoor line! This luxurious new fabric option adds depth and dimension to outdoor spaces at a price that fits most budgets.

Visit www.premierprintsinc.com to see these vibrant new collections.

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5.3 Million More Workers Aged 65-Plus

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Mobility Rate Falls to New Low in 2016

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Acadia Hearth Aimed at Specialty Hearth Market

Friday, February 2, 2018

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Younger Americans Aren’t Moving Like They Used To

Friday, February 2, 2018

Americans are moving at historically low rates. In 2017, 34.9 million Americans changed residences, translating to a household mobility rate of 10.9%. That’s the lowest mobility, or what we’ll also refer to as a “moving rate,”...

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