Natco names svp, expands showroom

Natco has named a new senior vice president for its Soft Impressions division and will also be expanding its New York showroom.

Stacey Vega (formally Dolan) recently joined Natco Home Fashions as the senior vice president of sales and marketing for the textiles division, Soft Impressions. She will be responsible for the overall sales management and marketing efforts and report to Kevin Hansel, president of Soft Impressions.

Vega recently left Dan River after six years as the director of sales/national accounts based in Dallas, where she headed up the JCPenney adult and juvenile sales department. Prior to Dan River, Vega held positions at Homemaker as director of marketing, Springs Industries as marketing manager and sales account manager. Earlier, she worked as marketing director at Dawson Home Fashions.

Vega and her family have relocated from Dallas to the company's office in Providence.

Natco Home Fashions — parent company of Corona Curtain, Robertson and Central Oriental, as well as Soft Impressions — will be moving to a new showroom in New York at 295 Fifth Ave. that is approximately 8,000 square feet and 50 percent larger than its current space.

The new space will allow for expanded presentation of all product categories, including rugs, window treatments, table linens, kitchen, bedding and other expanding categories to establish itself as a one-stop shop for home textiles.

Home & Textiles Today Staff | News & Commentary

 Home Textiles Today is the market-leading brand covering the home and textiles markets, offering a comprehensive package of print and online products. Home & Textiles Today provides industry news, product trends and introductions, exclusive industry research, consumer data, store operations solutions, trade show news and much more.

Featured Video

  • The Countdown to the ICON Honors Continues featuring Christophe Pourny

    Camera Icon More Videos


HTT digital edition

See the May 2017 issue of Home & Textiles Today. In this issue, we discuss our annual Market Basket survey, which finds higher prices and more polyester at leading retailers. See details!