Marchewka Appointed National Sales Director at Tailor Made Products and Curious Chef

Mike MarchewkaMike Marchewka

OCONOMOWOC, Wis.-Mike Marchewka has been named national sales director for Tailor Made Products and Curious Chef, a newly created position for which he will oversee all marketing and sales functions for Tailor Made Products proprietary lines, including Curious Chef, the kitchen and utensil line designed specifically for children.

Marchewka has previous stints in sales, marketing and management at companies such as Lifetime Brands, where he was most recently vice president, midwest sales - home decor division, and Iris, USA.

"We are delighted to welcome Mike to our team," said John Wilde, CEO of Tailor Made and Curious Chef, to whom Marchewka reports. "His diverse background in both the housewares market and plastic injection molding is the perfect combination during this exciting time of growth and expansion. Additionally, we look forward to the solid leadership experience he brings to our organization."

Marchewka added, "I am thrilled to be a part of the Tailor Made and Curious Chef team. There are a lot of exciting things on the horizon for the organization and I look forward to having a hand in the growth and development of all areas of the business."

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