Capel Rugs Names Cameron Capel Vice President-National Accounts

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TROY, N.C.-Cameron Capel has been promoted to the position of vice president-national accounts at Capel, where she will continue to manage some of the company's most important customer relationships and spearhead the development of proprietary brands for those customers.

Continuing to report directly to John Magee, president and CEO, Capel, who most recently held the position of director of national accounts, will also serve as a primary media spokesperson for Capel Rugs.

"Cameron is extremely talented at developing new business and managing relationships with our most important clients. She knows this company, and the rug industry, inside and out," said Magee. "We are very happy to recognize all of Cameron's hard work and look forward to continuing to work with her as we write a new chapter in Capel Rug's long history as a leader in the rug industry."

"Having learned under one of the best, my father Len Capel, I feel well prepared to take on more clients and grow the business," said Capel. "I appreciate the trust and confidence the board has in advancing me."

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