Nourison appoints Caporale territory account exec

Saddle Brook, N.J. - Nourison has named Jennifer Caporale account executive for the North Florida, Gulf Coast territory, which includes the northern part Florida and its Panhandle as well as the coastal and southern regions of Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi.

Nourison described Caporale as “a proven sales-professional” with over a decade of sales and sales management experience in both wholesale and retail areas of the flooring industry. Most recently, she held the position of Southeast regional manager for Shaw Industries’ Shaw Living rug division.

“We are very pleased to have such a dynamic and proven sales professional as the newest member of our team,” said Gerard O’Keefe, Nourison’s vp of sales. “Jennifer is a talented individual with a great track record in the industry. We could not ask for a better fit to tap the potential of this newly aligned territory.”

In her new position, she is charged with managing and developing business within the newly added territory. Additionally, she is responsible for promoting Nourison’s extensive rug line that includes over 70 active collections and a portfolio of licensed brands, including Calvin Klein, Kathy Ireland, Barclay Butera and Waverly. And she will also handle both the Nourison and Nourtex broadloom and runner lines, and represent Nourison’s Mina Victory line of decorative accents and pillows.

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