Stanley Furniture Names Wells Marketing VP

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HIGH POINT, N.C.-Stanley Furniture Company announced that Randy Wells will join its leadership team in the newly created position of vice president of marketing and brand development.

In this new role, Wells will oversee the development and reach of the company's Stanley brand. He will report directly to Glenn Prillaman, Stanley's CEO.

Wells' employment marks the completion of an executive team that is responsible for the development, design, overseas manufacturing and logistical support of the company's adult product lines, the company said in a press release. The executive team responsible for the Stanley portion of the company's business also includes Adam Tilley and Richard Ledger, both vice presidents. Steve Wolfe, Rick Schroeder and Kevin Bowman, also vice presidents, continue to focus on both the company's Stanley and Young America brands.

Wells comes to Stanley from World Market Center Las Vegas, where he served as vice president of the Las Vegas Design Center since 2008.

"Our team views the industry differently than past management, and Randy is certainly no exception," Prillaman said. "As one of the brightest, young marketing talents in our industry, he is the perfect person to lead the revitalization of the Stanley brand. Randy has a distinct vision for how the Stanley brand should touch customers, and that vision will soon change how retailers, designers and consumers perceive this portion of our company."

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