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Fashionline in membership drive

Fashionline’s Darren Gray says a key objective of the membership drive is to further boost the association’s buying power and marketing capabilities to the benefit of all members.

“We are probably the largest independent buying group in the blinds and awning market in Australia. The idea of the group is to increase our buying strength through continued growth, and be able to share valuable market information. We frequently have companies present to us with new product releases and information and we also provide our members with free marketing support as well as the showcase provided by our own website and photo gallery.”

“As an association of leading window furnishings specialists, Fashionline has leveraged its pool of expertise to create a range of timeless window furnishing solutions offering the latest designs, colours and technology at affordable prices.”

“Fashionline’s range of the latest window furnishing products includes Roller Blinds, Roman Blinds, Venetians, Awnings and Patio Blinds, and our key point of difference lies in providing a wide range of leading edge products, along with outstanding service.”

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