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Eurisko Design Announces Distributor Relationship With Neill Corp.

July 23, 2011 | 10:28 PM

Eurisko Design Announces Distributor Relationship With Neill Corp.  Eurisko Design Announces Distributor Relationship With Neill Corp.

Eurisko has announced that it has formed a distributor relationship with Neill Corporation. Our agreement with Etopa further demonstrates our commitment to assisting Aveda customers in business development. Eurisko designs salons around the consumers’ experience supported by cutting edge furniture design.

Eurisko will now be able to service Aveda and Bumble & Bumble salons with the best in design, retail and service furniture, while combining the best in business education.

They will continue to offer their complete line of salon and color furniture and will be able to provide approved Aveda designs for retail display through Etopa. “We're delighted to announce our new relationship,” says Leon Alexander, President of Eurisko Design. “We feel very comfortable recommending Etopa for Aveda retail furniture to our customers, to complement Eurisko’s contemporary quality designed service furniture. Eurisko’s goal is to provide incomparable customer solutions and service for Aveda and Bumble salons.”

“Our commitment to the customer is to seek unique and cutting edge solutions that will enhance and maximize the potential of their business. We know that Etopa shares the same commitment,” he added.

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