Planned Furniture Promotions Appoints Edwards Senior Account Consultant

Angela EdwardsAngela Edwards

ENFIELD, Conn.-Angela Edwards has joined liquidation and furniture sales event specialist Planned Furniture Promotions as senior account consultant.

Edwards joins PFP from Wahlquist Management Corp., where she was vice president of sales and marketing. Previously, Edwards owned and operated two furniture stores called Aunt Zelda's Furniture in Warner Robins, Ga., and Macon, Ga. for nearly 17 years. She also has served as a marketing consultant with U.S. Broadcasting and a stockbroker with Wachovia Securities, now known as Wells Fargo Securities.

In her new role with PFP, Edwards will work closely with retailers to "determine their promotional needs and develop the most effective, profitable, high-impact solutions," said Tom Liddell, senior vice president of sales and marketing. "Angela comes to us with a wealth of retail and promotional experience. She's well known and respected within the industry and has a high level of personal integrity and a creative, problem-solving approach. She will fit in well with our company, since those are qualities that PFP values highly and is known for as well."

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