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Joseph Noble To Host Fabric & Furniture Preview Party at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art

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Joseph Noble Incorporated, will welcome customers, interior design industry professionals and media to a charitable preview party set at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. The event is special this year, as it not only offers guests a sneak peak at Joseph Noble Incorporated’s newest line of fabrics upholstered on some of the industry’s finest furniture, but all proceeds from the evening’s ticket sales will also go to support a worthwhile cause—the Grameen Foundation. “I have been a small business owner for a long time and I remember what ‘help’ meant at the beginning,” said Joseph Noble, president of Joseph Noble Incorporated. “Grameen lifts people out of poverty by loaning them small amounts to become self sufficient. It offers success, not only financially but personally. Every dollar you give goes a long, long way." Through micro loans, financial services and technology, the Grameen Foundation has reached over 3 million families in 22 countries. The simple act of purchasing a single ticket to the Joseph Noble Incorporated charitable preview party will directly affect the lives of two impoverished people, as well as their families. Aside from giving back, guests will have a unique opportunity to preview Joseph Noble’s newest line of textiles. Set among one of the world’s most impressive collections of modern art, the textiles will be displayed on furniture donated from Herman Miller, Geiger, Davis, HBF, Martin Brattrud, David Edward and Bright Chair, among others. In all, Joseph Noble will present nine new collections, or approximately 80 new fabrics. Three of those fabrics—Pure Wool, Pure Silk and Pure Linen—were designed to be renewable and biodegradable, yet handsome, textiles. “Recycled yarns are not our only green option for textiles,” Said Noble. “That’s why our new collection is so innovative, exciting and yet appropriate.” For over 27 years, Joseph Noble Incorporated has provided innovative, high quality and beautiful textiles to both the commercial and residential marketplaces. The company has a number of high-profile clients, including most recently the Getty Museum in Malibu and the executive offices of Chanel in New York. For more information about Joseph Noble Incorporated, visit: http://www.josephnoble.com/ For more information about the Grameen Foundation, visit: http://www.grameenfoundation.org/ For more information about NeoCon, visit: http://www.neocon.com