Nourison Taps Tollison as Account Exec for Carolinas

SADDLE BROOK, N.J. - Nourison has recruited Matthew Tollison as its new account executive for the North and South Carolina territory, responsible for managing and developing business within the two-state region.
     Tollison comes to Nourison with extensive rug and home furnishing experience, having worked in sales and sales management positions in the past at Delos, Jaipur and 828 International Trading Co.
    At Nourison, he is charged with promoting the company's extensive rug line, which spans more than 70 active collections, as well as Nourison's broadloom and runner lines, which include thousands of skus. He will also handle the newer but growing Nourtex brand of goods, comprised of more moderately priced decorative broadloom and runners, as well as the Mina Victory line of decorative accessories.
     "Matt is a proven professional with strong skills and close connections in the territory." said Gerard O'Keefe, vp of sales. "We are pleased to have him join our team and anticipate that he will make a meaningful, positive impact in this vital territory."

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