Culpepper Appointed Vice President at Mohawk Home

CALHOUN, Ga.-Mohawk Home has expanded its sales scope and broadened its distribution channel reach with the addition of Brandon Culpepper as vice president of specialty sales, tasked with growing business relationships in Mohawk Home's middle market, specifically through its high-end Karastan brand, a release said. Mohawk added that the plans for this focus on additional segments will complete a selling strategy that includes national retailers and international sales.

"Brandon brings outstanding sales knowledge and energy to our sales plans which complement the team of professionals at Mohawk Home," said Bill Kilbride, president of Mohawk Home. "As today's economy changes traditional approaches to market opportunities, we will continue to adapt our strategies to create new ways to maximize those opportunities."

Culpepper's background includes sales positions with other area rug manufacturers, including Kas Rugs and Orian Rugs.

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