Oriental Weavers promotes Witt, Reynolds, Baird

Dalton, Ga. – Area rug vendor Oriental Weavers North America (OWNA) has promoted Jonathan Witt, Kim Reynolds, and Brad Baird, and has welcomed Aaron Gray and Tatum Joyce to the team.

Witt, who joined the company in 1997 and was most recently vp marketing, has been named executive vp marketing, reporting to OWNA president Mike Riley.

Reynolds, named vp marketing, takes over Witt’s former responsibilities. She joined OWNA in 2002 and has held posts in sales support and public relations management.

Brad Baird takes on the newly created role of executive director of operational planning for the recently joined divisions of OWNA operations. Formerly Sphinx’s national accounts administrator, he will now report directly to Mike Riley.

Gray is named Sphinx national accounts administrator, taking on Baird’s former role. Gray joins Sphinx from Mohawk Industries, where he was a national area rug accounts manager for Karastan and Mohawk Select.

Joyce is named Oriental Weavers of America national accounts administrator, providing liaison for OWA sales and marketing efforts with mass merchants and home centers. She joins the company from Accretive Commerce, a third-party fulfillment company.

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