Balta U.S. Names Norman National Accounts Manager

DALTON, Ga.--Balta U.S. Inc., the U.S. division of the Balta Group, has named Wayne Norman as the company's new national accounts manager. With more than 15 years of experience in the floor covering industry, including senior-level sales positions at Mohawk Home and Faus, he last served as national accounts manager at Nance Carpet & Rug. Reporting to Patrick Moyer, Balta's president of sales and marketing, Norman will join the team next week and be based here.

"I am truly excited to have Wayne Norman join our team here at Balta U.S.," said Moyer. "I know Wayne to be an energetic leader with innovative ideas, and have excellent communication skills. He will be a great addition to our sales and marketing team."

"I'm very excited about becoming a part of the Balta U.S. team," Norman said. "Balta is one of the most well respected and highest quality manufacturers of rugs in the world. As national accounts manager, I am committed to building Balta's long-term partnerships with the nation's most well-respected retailers."

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