Keeco welcomes back Grassi for national accounts 

Hayward, Calif. – Diversified home textiles supplier Keeco has tapped Chris Grassi as a working partner in the company with an active role in national account management.

With his team at Grassi Associates, he will be directly involved in national customer development and all Keeco global strategies and long-term initiatives, the company said.

Grassi has nearly 30 years of experience in sales and sales management in home textiles. “Chris will most certainly be a tremendous asset at broadening Keeco’s scope and growth in the years to come,” said Dan Stengel, president and ceo.

Grassi began his sales career began at Lintex, before joining Aberdeen in the early 1980s. He then became an independent rep, eventually forming his own rep firm covering the New England/New York territory.

He managed Keeco accounts from 1986 to 2005 – helping to grow Keeco domestically and also to develop its major import and service business based in China.

Leonard Kee, chairman, noted, “The addition of Chris and Grassi Associates (along with our most recent addition, Craig Neivert, evp window division) is allowing us to quickly reposition the company for long-term success.”

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