Everton Mattress' Sanders to WHFA President for 2012

Chris SandersChris Sanders

LAS VEGAS-Chris Sanders, partner with Everton Mattress, has been named the 2012 president of the Western Home Furnishings Association (WHFA).

Sanders received his appointment during the just-completed Las Vegas Market, and has succeeded Dearden's Angel Lopez. Sanders will oversee the implementation and administration of all policies and programs mandated by the WHFA board of directors. Along with his role at Everton Mattress, Sanders is vice president of sales and marketing for Therapedic-Restonic Bedding.

WHFA also named new members to its board during Las Vegas Market. These include John Wilson of Wilson's Furniture, Alex Vo of RoomsXpress Furniture and Alex Macias of Muebleria Del Sol Furniture.

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