Moses New President/coo of Classic Concepts

LOS ANGELES - Classic Concepts Inc., manufacturer and distributor of home accents and textiles, has hired David Moses as president and chief operating officer, effective July 1.
     "We're very excited that an experienced and talented industry veteran like David will be filling this new position," said Harpal Singh, Classic Concepts ceo.
     Moses was previously president of industry sales agency One coast and ceo of decorative accessories producer Lazy Susan USA.
     "This is an amazing opportunity to join a rapidly growing industry leader in multiple categories - furniture, rugs, bedding and accessories. I am thrilled to become a part of the great team Harpal has built," Moses said.
     Classic Concepts operates its own furniture, rug and textile factories in India where the majority of its products are manufactured. It distributes eco-friendly and reclaimed furniture and natural fiber rugs under the brand name Classic Home and a pillow and bedding line as the Villa Home Collection.
     Moses will be in Atlanta for this month's market in the company's new and expanded 12,000- square-foot showroom in Building 1, 12-D-2. The company also has showrooms in Las Vegas, High Point and Los Angeles.

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