Di Adamo Joins Surya to Head Production Development

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CALHOUN, Ga.-Surya has appointed Eva Di Adamo as head of its product development team.

Di Adamo has 20 years of product development and merchandising experience with the home accessories and fashion industries. She succeeds Al Mortensen, who is leaving the company.

"Product development is core to our business and we are thrilled to have attracted such a high caliber designer to the Surya team," said Satya Tiwari, president of Surya. "Eva has designed some of the best selling and most inspirational rugs and textiles in the industry. Under her leadership, Surya will continue to develop leading designs that meet the needs of the most discerning consumers while refining the classic designs that customers expect from Surya."

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