Landry & Arcari Named 2017 Massachusetts Retailer of the Year

For exceptional products, unparalleled customer service, and originality.

Photo by Jared Charney


Landry & Arcari Rugs and Carpeting has received the prestigious Massachusetts Retailer of the Year Award from the Retailers Association of Massachusetts.

“’Retailer of the Year’-worthy businesses are those that continuously go above and beyond to provide their customers with an exceptional product, unparalleled service, and that demonstrate originality in all they do,” the Retailers Association of Massachusetts says of the award.

Judges visit nominees’ businesses and retail locations, and give the award based on factors such as attentive customer service, attention to detail, creative store design, and visual interest.


Governor Charlie Baker with the Landry & Arcari team at Bentley University, where the RAM awards were presented. Photo courtesy of Landry & Arcari.


“We are honored to be named Retailer of the Year,” says Julie Arcari Cook, CEO of Landry & Arcari. “All of us at Landry & Arcari take intense pride in what we do —we love rugs and we strive each day to provide a seamless and exceptional customer experience. We sincerely thank our valued customers and employees as well as the Retailers Association of Massachusetts for its continued support of the Bay State’s retail community.”

The Retailers Association of Massachusetts awards were presented on Thursday, November 16, 2017 at noon, at the annual association’s luncheon at the Conference Center at Bentley University in Waltham.

Governor Charlie Baker delivered the keynote address and weeknight news and business anchor Mike Nikitas of New England Cable News Network (NECN) presented the awards.

To celebrate this award and as a show of appreciation to its customers, Landry & Arcari will be having a store-wide sale on all in-stock handmade rugs and carpeting, now through December 2, 2017.

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