Louisville Bedding makes three appointments
Home & Textiles Today Staff -- Home Textiles Today, February 18, 2004
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Louisville Bedding Company recently promoted/hired three executives.
Mike Seago, a 25-year company veteran, who invented the Expand-A-Grip mattress pad, has been promoted from corporate director of quality and technical development to vice president of technical development. He will concentrate on development and sourcing issues for new products, materials and machinery for operations in the United States and Canada.
Replacing Seago in his former role will be Paul Bertram as corporate director of quality. Bertram joined the company in 1963 as a machine operator, is a certified ASQ quality manager, and most recently managed the quality control process at the company's Louisville plants.
In the sales and marketing department, Louisville Bedding has hired Scott Walters as director of product development of basic bedding. Formerly, Walters was merchandise manager of basic bedding at Springs. His other positions include Linen Source Catalog, May Department Stores, Macy's & Rich's/Lazarus.
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