Brumlow Named Vice President of Product Development at Oriental Weavers

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DALTON, Ga.-Oriental Weavers USA has appointed Andy Brumlow vice president, product development, where he will manage the product development for area rugs, broadloom and rug padding, and coordinate projects with its domestics and overseas factories.

Having joined the company in 2008 as vice president of broadloom, Brumlow previously spent 12 years as the director of merchandising for carpet and rugs for Carpets of Dalton and its subsidiaries.

"Andy has been a great addition to our team," said Michael Riley president, Oriental Weavers USA. "His retail merchandising experience and tireless dedication have been invaluable in the development of our initial broadloom offerings and our most recent area rug introductions. Andy's understanding of the floor covering marketplace will prove instrumental as we continue to grow our business in 2010 and beyond."

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