Back to Basics: How to Keep Carpet Clean in Your Home
Keeping carpet clean is an easy way to add to the overall appearance of your home and these tips will help you keep carpet fresh, clean and lasting.
CRI Blog Year-in-Review - Best of 2014
Check out the best CRI blogs from 2014!
Merry Christmas From The Carpet and Rug Institute!
Have a Merry Christmas 2014!
ISSA/Interclean 2014: CRI at the Contract Cleaning Industry’s Biggest Event
The Carpet and Rug Institute hosted an exhibit at ISSA/Interclean, the tradeshow for the cleaning and janitorial industries, to tell attendees about the Seal of Approval program and the latest news on carpet cleaning and maintenance.
CRI President Joe Yarbrough Talks Annual Meeting, Goals for 2015 on FloorDaily
The Carpet and Rug Institute’s 2014 Annual Meeting was Joe Yarbrough’s first as president of the trade association and afterwards he spoke with Kemp Harr of about the meeting and some goals CRI has for 2015.
Happy Thanksgiving!
Have a Happy Thanksgiving 2014!
Carpet and Capitol Hill: What the Mid-term Elections Mean for the Carpet Industry’s Kemp Harr recently discussed the new political landscape in Washington with Tracy Hammond, Senior Policy Advisor at Polsinelli.
Nylla: Recycling in Virtual Reality
The game, Nylla, puts you in the role of the sea turtle Nylla who goes around the world recycling nylon in the form of fishing nets and carpet.
CRI President Yarbrough Discusses Business Environment, Carpet Cleaning on TalkFloor
CRI President Joe Yarbrough has served as leader of the carpet industry trade association for six months and he recently sat down with TalkFloor’s Dave Foster to discuss his new role and some of the issues facing the industry.
Carpet and Rug Institute Staff Member Promotes Youth Reading
Readers to Leaders, a project from the Dalton, GA-based nonprofit Archway Partnership, works to advance literacy among students in the community. At the Carpet and Rug Institute, our co-worker Shell Underwood is, quite literally, playing a role.
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