Feizy adds nine sales managers

Dallas — Rug manufacturer and importer Feizy Import & Export is expanding its territory and has added nine new sales manager positions.

They are: Richard Schmaley, former sales manager of GCM of America, will oversee Feizy's home collection;

Randall Burgess, formerly vp of Home Depot account for Beaulieu of America, will oversee the Home Depot and Expo accounts;

Bob Krnacik, formerly general manager of San Francisco-based Just Accents, will cover Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia;

Mishel Tanajewski, formerly a buyer's assistant at Expo Design Center; will cover Wisconsin, Ohio, Illinois and Michigan;

Mary and Keith Smith, former area sales reps for GCM of America, will cover the Carolina region;

Terry Prest, former area sales rep for Momeni, who will cover Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois and northern Kentucky;

Jeff Decker, former area sales rep for GCM of America, will cover Oregon, Washington, Utah and Colorado;

James Brylinke, former sales rep for Nourison, will cover Florida.

All will report to vp, sales Ray Ehsani, excepting the Smith's, who report to area sales manager Sid Tava.

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