Feizy Hires Jerdon as Regional Sales Manager

DALLAS--Feizy Rugs has named Mark Jerdon regional sales manager for the company's Northeastern territory. Reporting to Dale Sweary, vice president of sales, Jerdon will be responsible for growing business within the states of New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Washington, D.C., Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia and Massachusetts.

"Mark has an in-depth knowledge and understanding of our industry, relationships covering a broad base of customers and a 31-year history of successful selling," said Sweary. "I'm certain that Mark will increase Feizy's business and strengthen our position as the industry's trend leader within his territory. His passion for the business, solution-based customer service work ethic and integrity make him a valuable asset to the Feizy team."

Jerdon said, "Feizy has always been at the vanguard of fashion, style and color. I'm looking forward to spreading that message and growing the business in the Northeast."

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