Polder Names Curran Sales Manager

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OXFORD, Conn.-Housewares company Polder has named Robert Curran as sales manager. Curran, who has been with the company for seven years, reports to Kerry Cooper, vice president, marketing and sales. Curran succeeds Neil Crumley.

Since joining Polder's sales team in 2006, Curran has been promoted twice and has played an increasing role in the company's growth. In his new position, Curran will manage all sales efforts for major accounts and sales force activities for the company's multiple lines.

"Rob's knowledge of who we are as a brand, and tireless efforts on behalf of our customer relationships have made him a key, seasoned player on our management team," said Cooper.

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