Ginsey Promotes Conte and Crozier, Tabs Robinson

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BELLMAWR, N.J.-Ginsey Home Solutions has elevated Guy Conte to senior vice president of sales and Bridget Crozier to vice president of sales, and has named Allen Robinson vice president of new business development, a newly created position.

Conte joined Ginsey in 2009 as vice president of specialty sales, and Crozier has been with the company for 14 years as controller and director of information technology. In his new post, Conte is responsible for expanding product placement with current retail customers, overseeing the company's team of national sales representatives and formulating initiatives to expand into new retailers. Crozier is in charge of accounts previously serviced by Conte in the United States and oversees potential expansion into Canada.

In his new position, Robinson oversees Ginsey's establishment of distribution in Europe and Latin America, monitoring other international markets and exploring other new opportunities within the industry.

All three executives report to Herb Briggs, Ginsey's CEO.

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