SCRANTON, PA -- Arley Wholesale, Inc., a family owned, third generation wholesale supplier of ceramic, porcelain, stone, glass mosaic tiles and installation materials, once again was responsible for three successful days of business, fun and major league networking. The firm hosted its 11th Annual Arley Wholesale Tile & Stone Exposition on Tuesday, June 11, 2013, which took place at the Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel in Scranton, PA, concluding a three-day celebration that included the hugely popular Arley Golf Classic on Monday.Arley's 11TH annual golf classic and Tile & Stone Expo

A new optimism seemed to be the common thread among those attending, as Arley offered great opportunities for flooring retailers regarding "market-ready" tile and stone materials thoroughly researched by the Arley team. "Arley is our primary preferred source," stated Joe Micciulli of Suburban Tile from Freeport, Long Island. "We count on Arley for the 'three p's:' product, price and producing what they say they will. And Arley always does just that. The sales force is highly professional, the backup customer service from their home office is second to none, and, the logistics are always dependable. We come to this event every year to support Arley; we know they support us."

Miguel Ortiz and Dyland Lunney of Apricot Tile, located in Brooklyn, NY, were emphatic on how Arley's strong product offering helps them showcase the "right products" for the highly discerning clientele their firm services. "They conduct strong research relative to product selection," Ortiz stated. "And, Arley delivers what they say they will, always on time."

Scott Levy, Executive Vice President of Operations for Arley Wholesale stated, "All items on display at our trade event were materials totally ready to be private-labeled. Customers preparing to market lines bearing their names were able to easily do so. Our expo is the only specialized tile and stone trade show offering products which are either in stock or on their way to be inventoried. Retailers, for example, aren't forced to import and then inventory from large containers of tile and stone. They have the option to select the latest products which are delivered by truck, and in most occasions, on the road the next day."

David Lowe, Arley's Vice President of Sales who presided as Master of Ceremonies during the Sunday night dinner celebration, summed it all up by declaring, "We're a third- generation, family owned company that believes in treating employees, customers and suppliers as family, as well. Even though we keep up-to-date on every possible technological advancement, ensuring our business is cutting-edge, we're old-fashioned in that we never forget where we came from, or who our customers are. This was very evident during the last three days. Strong bonds were made stronger. Mutually beneficial business deals were cut. Once again, everybody won."