Springs Creative makes exec moves

Retail Editor 2, Staff Staff, August 6, 2013

Rock Hill, SC - Springs Creative Products Group has hired James "Jimmy" Fleming as a new technical sales rep for the Specialty Products Group. In addition, the Specialty Products Division has promoted Kenny Parrish to division vp and George Booth to vp of Firegard.

Fleming has more than 20 years in the textile industry, most recently with Tietex International. At Tietex, Fleming's roles included product and marketing manager and operations manager. In those roles, he was key in product development, strategic planning and ac¬count management.

"The knowledge of the mattress industry that he brings to Springs Creative will be key to our continued development of our products and goal to be a leader in innovation," said Scott Frisch, president, Springs Creative Specialty Products Group.
Parrish has more than 30 years of experience in the textiles industry, including posts at Precision Textiles, The Bibb Company, Fieldcrest Cannon, Pillowtex, Dan River; and Tietex. He has been with Springs Creative for three years.
Booth has been with Springs Creative for six years and was previously with Springs Global for nearly 20 years.
"With the promotions of Kenny and George, they will be key in leading the Specialty Products Group to develop new customers and products. Kenny's vast textile experience has proven to be instrumental in developing new busi¬ness at Springs Creative over the past three years." said Frisch. "With George being the driving force behind Firegard for seven years, we look forward to his continued success."

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