Capel Hires Two New Account Reps

TROY, N.C.--Capel Rugs has hired two new account representatives to handle growing territories: Pam Bradford, who will oversee the Texas and Oklahoma territory, and Thasia Herbert, who will handle Ohio and Kentucky.

Based in Dallas, Bradford had specialized in representing high-end, custom upholstery since 1999. "Pam is a results-driven professional, who has a strong history of achievement in the home accessories industry," said Allen Robertson, vice president of sales at Capel.

"Thasia brings many years of solid sales experience to this position," Robertson added. "We are looking forward to her joining the Capel team, and all that she offers her customers." She is based in Ohio.

"We are pleased to announce both of these appointments and look forward to capitalizing on the talents that these dynamic salespeople bring to Capel Rugs," Robertson said.

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