Nourison taps Logie, Miller to cover Southern California sales

Saddle Brook, N.J. – Nourison has appointed two new account executives for the Southern California region as part of the company’s larger efforts to restructure its sales coverage in this West Coast territory.

Dale Logie covers Southern Los Angeles through San Diego, including Orange County and the desert area. Sheri Miller is assigned to the northern section of Los Angeles, including the Valley through Santa Barbara. Both are responsible for managing and developing business within these territories.

Logie brings “decades of industry experience,” having worked for many years as a sales executive of high-end decorative wool carpet. Most recently, he served as account executive for Godfrey Hirst. Also a veteran of the floor covering industry, Miller spent more than 10 years as a territory manager for Moda Carpet.

“In restructuring this critical region, we’ve had the great fortune to add not one but two accomplished sales professionals to our West Coast team,” said Gerard O’Keefe, Nourison’s vp of sales. “Both Dale and Sheri are proven and well-respected in the area, and we are confident they will have immediate and lasting success.”

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