Nourison adds three to sales team

Nourison recently appointed three sales executives to its sales team as part of the company's ongoing effort to expand customer service capabilities throughout the United States.

Owen Baker has joined as account executive covering Southern California and portions of Nevada. Most recently he worked as an independent sales representative, and prior to that he was vp of sales for the carpet division of Burlington Industries.

Brenda Schmid, formerly marketing executive for the central US region for Wools of New Zealand, has been appointed account executive covering Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Dorie Ward comes to Nourison as account executive covering Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. She most recently worked as a floor covering contractor, and prior to that as marketing executive for the Southern US region for Wools of New Zealand.

"We are genuinely gratified to have people of the caliber of Dorie, Brenda, and Owen joining the Nourison team," said Pat Muschamp, national sales manager. "I am confident that their experience and professionalism will contribute enormously to our continuing strategy of sharpening our focus on all aspects of customer service."

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