Hollander selects vp, sales execs

Hollander Home Fashions announced the appointment of a new vp and the addition of two sales executives.

David Solove joins the company as vp of basic bedding. Previously utility marketing manager for Pillowtex, Solove has more than 20 years of experience in the fashion and bedding industries. He will be responsible for product development, merchandising, marketing, and sales management of down comforters.

"As vp of the division, David will ensure that all basic bedding products adhere to the level of quality and craftsmanship expected from Hollander Home Fashions," said Leo Hollander, ceo.

Hollander's new account executives are Carolin Dunlea and David DiPiazza. Dunlea will be responsible for a number of top-tier retailers including Kohl's, Sears, Spiegel's, Target, and Land's End among others. DiPiazza will be responsible for Bed, Bath and Beyond, Federated Corp., Fred Meyer, Macy's, Macy's CA, Mervyn's, Bloomingdale's, Bon Marche, Burdines and Bon Ton.

"Our new sales executives are incredibly knowledgeable about the industry, and we are confident in their ability to manage Hollander's relationships with some of our largest retailers," said Jeff Hollander, president.

Jenny Heinzen YorkJenny Heinzen York | Editor in Chief, Home Accents Today

Jenny Heinzen York has served as the editor in chief of Home Accents Today since 2007. She was the managing editor of the magazine for three years prior to that, and has spent more than 14 years with the Furniture Today family of titles.

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