Capel Appoints Regional Sales Manager

TROY, N.C.-Capel Rugs has named Dave Calderwood regional sales manager for its Midwest marketing area. Calderwood formerly served as manager of area rug sales for a large Ohio furniture retailer and was a key sales and product developer for a large importer of handknotted and tufted rugs, the company said.

Calderwood is based in Akron, Ohio and will manage Capel sales in Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania.

"Dave's skills as sales person, combined with his experience as a sales trainer, make him a unique and valuable addition to the Capel team," said Capel Rugs Vice President of Sales Allen Robertson. "We are excited to now offer dealers in the Midwest region even greater support as Dave helps them increase their sales."

"I am very excited to pair my experience in sales and training with Capel's long tradition of creating beautiful area rugs," said Calderwood. "I am especially looking forward to working with Capel's strong network of dealers and helping them become even more successful."

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