Rose Brand Launches New Website


Rose Brand has launched its new full-service website, The site boasts new, intuitive product navigation featuring images and swatches for over 5,000 items.

One of Rose Brand's specialties is sewing curtains to the specifications of its customers. allows customers to enter these specifications and receive quotes within one business day. Orders placed prior to 1pm EST on will ship that day with next business day shipping on all other orders.

A new portfolio section provides customers with access to hundreds of high resolution images of Rose Brand products put to use in many markets: Broadway, regional theatre, houses of worship, events, and more. synchronizes the annual Rose Brand Catalog experience by allowing customers to search for products using catalog page numbers and the Fabric Finder Wizard helps customers determine the right fabric to suit their needs by simply entering in width, price, color, or finish requirements.

Josh Jacobstein, national sales director says, " The site will give our customers access to the most comprehensive combination of products, delivery options, and production expertise in the industry. For years, we have served our customers with a thorough, well-designed catalog. We were able to take the offline aspects, like the catalog, that make us successful and apply those lessons to the development of a mature, 3rd generation website."

Developed by Director Technology Partners, leverages the advanced technology of the FASERTM .NET 2.0 framework, and the functionality of a powerful SQL Server 2005 database. Together, the technology provides customers with the fast and easy online experience. This, as well as expanded content for Rentals, Digital Printing Services, Flame Retardancy, and more allows Rose Brand to reach customers all over the world well after standard business hours.

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