Elrene taps Mahon to vp of sales, Pellegrino to stylist of window division

New York - Table linens, kitchen textiles and soft window treatment house Elrene Home Fashions has recently expanded its sales and design teams with two new hires.

Jack Mahon, a veteran of the industry, has been named vp of sales for window. His career began on the retail side at J.C. Penney, and then took a turn to the supplier side when he joined Croscill Home 12 years ago.

In his new role at Elrene, he is responsible for all window product sales as well as plays a key role in product development.

Elrene has also recently appointed Alex Pellegrino as a stylist in its design team. He, too, comes to the company from Croscill, where for the past six years he has designed window panels, valances and hardware.

Bryan Siegel, chairman and ceo, said Elrene has "seen impressive growth from our window division, with the addition of these two, the momentum to only continue."

He added that he is "very excited about the future for our company with these two talented additions. Elrene continues to focus on design, innovation and value. Through their career's, both Jack and Alex have already proven that they can deliver on this."

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