Comfort Solutions Names Wachendorfer, Sliwa to Business Development Posts

David WachendorferDavid Wachendorfer

WILLOWBROOK, Ill.-Comfort Solutions has appointed David Wachendorfer to vice president of business development for the Midwest region, and Thomas Sliwa to brand development manager.

Wachendorfer, who reports to company President and Chief Operating Officer Dave Roberts, is responsible for sales to new and existing retail accounts in that region. Before joining Comfort Solutions, he served as vice president of sales development and retail training at Tempur-Pedic.

In his new position, which is a new one for Comfort Solutions, Sliwa oversees the coordination of product design and brand imaging, e-development and for helping develop creative marketing programs. He reports to Ken Swinarski, vice president of creative development. Before joining Comfort Solutions, Sliwa held national- accounts and business-development posts with Amme Promotions and Tomken Management.

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