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Contest will award one lucky winner a $5,000 flooring make-over

This fall, Flooring America of Peachtree City is giving consumers the opportunity to win a $5,000 flooring make-over in the Fix My Floor Contest.

Consumers can enter the contest online at simply by telling us why they’re in need of new floors.

Consumers also have the option to accompany their statement with an uploaded photo of their current floors.

The Fix My Floor Contest will run until Dec. 30. The grand-prize winner will receive $5,000 in beautiful Downs“ flooring – which includes an extensive line of quality hardwood, carpet and laminate.

As one of the most respected and trusted names in the flooring industry, Downs’ reputation for superior construction, exclusive styling, and unsurpassed performance makes it a go-to brand for customers seeking a great-looking, long-lasting floor. Bi-monthly second place winners will also be selected and awarded an iPod touch.

This fall, Flooring America of Peachtree City is also partnering with the American Heart Association to help raise awareness for heart health across the county. For every consumer who chooses to announce the contest on Twitter, Flooring America will donate $1 to the American Heart Association.

Throughout the contest period, consumers can visit the contest website for advice from flooring experts on selecting the right floor for your home, proper installation and proper maintenance.

Flooring America of Peachtree City has been serving the Peachtree Cityarea for over 54 years. Their three showrooms are known for their exclusive warranty programs and for carrying a broad selection of beautiful carpet, wood, laminate, ceramic, vinyl, and area rugs, including exclusive brands like Downs, Resista and Naturcor.

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