Somerton Dwelling Promotes Pinamonti to President

Dave PinamontiDave Pinamonti

CORONA, Calif.-Dave Pinamonti has been promoted to president of Somerton Dwelling.

Pinamonti joined Somerton Dwelling last year as executive vice president and has led the company's rebranding efforts. He will focus on the expansion of the North American market and take on the day-to-day operating decisions.

"Establishing a product line with design and innovation focused on today's lifestyle environments was our first goal," Pinamonti said. "Simultaneously, a strong marketing plan to support both our customers and our sales team was developed."

Rita Ho-Bezzola, CEO of Somerton Dwelling, previously held the title of president of the company. She will remain CEO and concentrate her efforts in Somerton Dwelling's oversea efforts. "Integrating technology into our business structure will allow us to play on a global retail field," Ho-Bezzola said. "We already see the opportunities to satisfy consumers who look to Americans for style and design."

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