Lumber Liquidators donates red oak engineered hardwood flooring to Indianapolis Opera
By Jacob Davis
June 14, 2016 | 1:33 pm CDT
TOANO, Va. - Lumber Liquidators (NYSE: LL), the largest specialty retailer of hardwood flooring in North America, has provided the Indianapolis Opera with more than 1,600 square feet of hardwood flooring to renovate their Recital Hall stage in the Basile Opera Center at 4011 N Pennsylvania St, Indianapolis.
The only professional opera company in Indiana, the Indianapolis Opera has inspired generations with engaging educational, cultural and community activities. It plays a lead role in arts-focused community collaborations throughout the state, including free concerts, programs in senior living communities and events that help children explore music and art.
Lumber Liquidators donated and installed Hunter Red Oak Engineered Hardwood flooring as the new stage for the Indianapolis Opera's Recital Hall. It was selected for its durability and style, which offers a harmonious blend of a classic honey color and strong oak graining.
"We very much appreciate the corporate leadership shown by Lumber Liquidators in the Indianapolis community," said Kevin Patterson, general director of the Indianapolis Opera. "The donated wood flooring represents not only a welcome addition to our performance hall, their participation sends a strong and lasting signal that the arts are valued in our community."
Lumber Liquidators' support of the Indianapolis Opera was administered through its philanthropic program, Lay It Forward, which supports organizations that benefit generations to come. This principle also inspires the lasting quality and sustainability of Lumber Liquidators' products.
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