Feizy taps Jerdon to head sales in NE region

Dallas - Importer and manufacturer of area rugs Feizy has hired Mark Jerdon as the company's new regional sales manager in the Northeastern territory, which spans 12 states.

He brings more than 25 years of experience working in industry sales. Most recently, Jerdon was with Capel Rugs, where he served as the regional sales manager for its Mid-Atlantic territory.

Reporting to vp of sales Dale Sweary, Jerdon is charged with growing all segments of business within the states of New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia and Massachusetts as well as in Washington D.C.

"Mark has an in-depth knowledge and understanding of our industry, relationships covering a broad base of customers and a 31-year history of successful selling," Sweary said. "I'm certain that Mark will increase Feizy's business and strengthen our position as the industry's trend leader within his territory. His passion for the business, solution-based customer service work ethic and integrity make him a valuable asset to the Feizy team."

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