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KCEC Virtual Trade Show

November 17, 2020

Buy from a just-received stock of rugs at 'direct-from-Kabul' prices

ADVERTORIAL

Do you need to replenish your inventory of Afghan rugs? Kabul Carpet Export Centre is opening bales of just received rugs at Kabul-direct prices. Join KCEC for a Virtual Trade Show Zoom call at 12.00pm (EST) on Tuesday 17 November to preview and purchase rugs in support of Afghan carpet makers.

See the selection

View the rugs that will be offered via this link. They are priced with 50% off. Buyers may claim rugs by using the chat feature in Zoom. For existing customers, payment terms are 30 days. Visa, Mastercard and AMEX are accepted.

Join the Zoom call

Join the call at noon by using this link. The link will open at 11.45am, with further instructions for buyers. The weave and pricing of each rug will be announced. Type the word BUY into Zoom chat and the rug is yours.

Don’t miss this…

Highlights of the successful KCEC Global Rug Roundtable are now available. An amazing 89 participants were online for 2 1/2 hours on 25 August 2020, hearing from industry luminaries from all over the world. Click to see a 20 minute summary of the call.

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