Midwest-CBK Appoints Trends Director

Kelly CorcoranKelly Corcoran

CANNON FALLS, Minn.-Midwest-CBK has named Kelly Corcoran design trend manager, a newly created position.

Corcoran, who reports to Beth Lorentz, Midwest-CBK's vice president of product development, will partner with the company's in-studio design team and product managers on product design innovation and collection concept development for holiday, gift, home decor and outdoor living lines.

Corcoran previously worked as creative manager for Target Corporation, packaging design manager for Albertsons/SuperValu, and account manager for LAGA, a branding agency.

"We're excited to have Kelly on our team, and look forward to sharing her innovative, experienced and trend-driven approach to design and product development with our team and ultimately with our customers," said Frederic Contino, president of Midwest-CBK.

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