Lexington Promotes Peed Patton

Katrina Peed PattonKatrina Peed Patton

HIGH POINT, N.C.-Lexington Home Brands announced that Katrina Peed Patton has been promoted to senior vice president of product development, a new position. She reports to Phil Haney, president and CEO. Previously, she was vice president of product development for the company.

"In an industry where product innovation remains the principle driver of growth, Katrina has demonstrated a remarkable ability to draw inspiration from style, fashion, color and consumer rends--translating them into extraordinary furniture designs," said Haney. "The significant growth that Lexington and our dealers have experienced over the last several years has been, in large part, due to the creative talents and energy of Katrina and her product development team. This promotion is well-deserved recognition of her exceptional contribution."

Patton joined Lexington Home Brands in her product development role in 2006 after holding executive-level positions at Royal Patina/Progressive, Michael Thomas and American Drew as well as having been a buyer for Strawbridge & Clothier.

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