Twin-Star Names Ormond as Director of Canadian Business

Peter OrmondPeter Ormond

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.-Twin-Star International has named Peter Ormond as its new director of Canadian business. Ormond will report to Andrew Bandremer, senior vice president of Twin-Star International.

Previously, Ormond was the trade program development manager for Nabisco and director of customer marketing for Congra Foods before becoming the vice president of business development for Greenway Home Products. He will be based out of Ontario, Canada.

"We are very pleased to have Peter join our team," Bandremer said.  "Peter's 26 years of experience in the sales, marketing and business development fields makes him perfect for directing and managing Twin-Star International's Canadian sales efforts. I am sure that he will prove to be invaluable in growing our business in the Canadian market within the home furnishings channel."

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