Rosson Joins Bernhardt

Michelle RossonMichelle Rosson

LENOIR, N.C.-Upholstery and case goods resource Bernhardt Furniture has hired Michelle Rosson as vice president of sales, residential upholstery division.

In her new position, Rosson will oversee the upholstery sales force and work with key retail customers.

Rosson most recently served as vice president of North America and Latin America sales and merchandising for leather upholstery source Kuka Furniture. Prior to that, she served as director of upholstery merchandising and marketing for Thomasville Furniture. At Bernhart, Rosson reports to Harland Dick, executive vice president, general manager, residential upholstery.

"Michelle's extensive experience in sales and merchandising of both fabric and leather upholstery, and her wealth of knowledge of the marketplace will have a tremendous impact on our ability to grow our upholstery business," Dick said.

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