Electrolux Names Bolbock to Head Canister Vac Development in North America

Scott BolbockScott Bolbock

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario-Scott Bolbock, senior director of marketing for Electrolux and Eureka canister and lightweight vacuums, has been tabbed to lead canister-vacuum and power-head product development in North America for Electrolux Home Care Products.

The move puts Bolbock in charge of a team, based here, that is responsible for the development, growth and product strategy for canister vacuums for the United States, Canada and Mexico. The team also works closely with international design teams on a range of models and features for the Electrolux and Eureka brands. This is a new position for the company, and Bolbock reports to Chris Murray, general manager of Electrolux Small Appliances Canada.

Bolbock's career encompasses more than 30 years, beginning with Eureka as product planning manager in 1978. He became senior director of marketing for Electrolux and Eureka vacuums in 2010.

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