Hollander Adds Two in Sales, Enters Hospitality

Hollander Home Fashions has hired Adam Petricoff as vp of hospitality and has named Kaye Johnson sales vp/key account executive based in the Dallas region.

Petricoff began his career with Leshner Corporation, eventually becoming national sales and marketing manager for the hospitality division prior to the company's acquisition by Pillowtex in 1998, where held several senior positions. Most recently, Petricoff was merchandise manager for the branded division at Springs for basic bedding, blankets and window products. Prior to that, he managed key accounts, including Disney, Walmart, Sam's Club and Costco. Before his tenure with Springs Global, Petricoff held several senior management positions at Pillowtex.

Johnson was most recently vp sales the Li & Fung division handling women's private label woven, cut-and-sew, and sweater businesses for JCPenney and various catalog customers. Priot to that, she held several sales and sales management positions where she focused on missy and junior private label product development for national and regional retailers. She began her retail career at Beall's, then went on to hold various buying positions at JCPenney in the ready-to-wear and junior sportswear categories.

“We are extremely pleased to have Adam and Kaye on our team. They bring unique expertise based on extensive backgrounds and will further enhance the achievement of our goals and objectives” said Kay LeGrange, Hollander's president of sales.

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