Wiltshire Named President, Special Markets, Furniture Brands

Mark WiltshireMark Wiltshire

ST. LOUIS-Furniture Brands International appointed Mark Wiltshire to the newly created position of president, special markets. In this position, Wiltshire will be responsible for all international sales and sales organizations, as well as the creative interiors and home builders divisions.

Wiltshire has been the president of Furniture Brands, Canada, ULC, since 2009. 

Prior to Furniture Brands, Wiltshire was with La-Z-Boy Incorporated for 12 years. Prior to joining La-Z-Boy, Wiltshire served as the Canadian merchandising manager for Cantrex, a large Canadian buying group.

"Mark's wealth of experience in the furniture industry and knowledge of international business will help us continue to expand our international efforts," said Ralph Scozzafava, CEO of Furniture Brands. "As well, Mark will give new emphasis to our growing ready-to-assemble and home builders' organizations. We are excited to announce Mark's new responsibilities to lead these teams."

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