Expo merchandise changes mirror parent company

New York — Home Depot Expo has realigned its merchandising structure, similar to what The Home Depot announced several weeks ago. Among the changes, Alan Holland is now a product development merchant, responsible for decor, which includes his previous category of window, as well as fabrics, wall coverings and specialty furniture, the company said. Lee Nemeth, who previously bought the fabric and wall covering categories, has become an East Coast field merchant and will work with stores to roll out programs within the field.

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