Smith's Tabs McCauley to Lead International Sales

Paul McCauleyPaul McCauley

HOT SPRINGS, Ark.-Smith's Consumer Products, Inc. has named Paul McCauley to the newly created position of director of international sales. McCauley will report to Mark Adkison, vice president of global sales.

"Smith's currently distributes its products to over 41 countries. Paul will guide the overall strategy for international distribution as well as work to further expand our growing export business for all of our global brands," Adkison said.

McCauley previously worked for Vitamix and Whirpool/KitchenAid and was on the Housewares Export Council's board of directors in 2011-2012.

"Paul is a strong addition to our sales team," said Dan Glidden, CEO. "His extensive experience in Europe, Asia and Latin America will help us significantly grow our international business."

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