Rowe Names Robinson VP of Sales

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ELLISTON, Va.-Rowe Furniture announced today that Bobby Robinson will take on the position of vice president of sales.

Robinson follows Mark Danish, who will become director of national accounts and western regional manager.

Robinson started his career with Rowe in 1994 as sales representative for Northern California, and he was promoted to western regional manager in 2001.

"My passion toward Rowe Furniture's success has spanned almost 20 years," Robinson said. "I am thrilled about this next chapter for Rowe and look forward to getting to work."

Robinson and his family will relocate to the High Point, N.C., area this fall.

"We are excited to welcome Bobby into this expanded role as we continue to position the company for renewed growth and success" said Phil Haney, CEO of Rowe.

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