Kincaid Realigns Sales, Marketing Execs

Todd HadyTodd Hady

HUDSON, N.C.-Kincaid Furniture has reconfigured three of its top sales and marketing executives.

Todd Hady has become vice president of sales, responsible for managing all sales functions and overseeing the company's North American district sales managers. Previously he had been Kincaid's vice president of sales for the northeast region.

Max Dyer has been named vice president of marketing, overseeing the company's strategic marketing initiatives. Prior to this appointment, Dyer was vice president of sales for the southeast region.

Continuing as vice president of upholstery sales and merchandising, Steve Beeker has added responsibility for working with Kincaid's district sales managers to expand its domestically manufactured upholstery product.

All three executives report to Steve Kincaid, the company's president. They will also continue to work with major accounts.

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