Feizy Names Two Regional Sales Managers

Kent Wilkins and Brian HallKent Wilkins and Brian Hall

DALLAS-Feizy has named Brian Hall and Kent Wilkins regional sales managers for the Southeastern and Western territories at Feizy, respectively. Both men will report to Dale Sweary, vice president of sales, and are responsible for managing and developing all business segments, as well as manage the independent sales reps, within their territories.

A 25-year veteran of the home furnishings industry, Hall was most recently in management at Rooms 2 Go and has also held sales positions with Shaw Living.

"Brian is a proven professional with strong skills, close connections to the geography and a true passion for the rug business," Sweary said. "We are excited to have him on our team and know that he will make a significant impact on the marketplace and in building a strong sales team."

Wilkins joins Feizy from Beaulieu of America, where he's been since 2007. Before that he owned and operated his own business for more than 20 years, for which he was responsible for key accounts throughout the Southwest.

"Kent is a proven winner and one of the hardest working and most efficient sales professionals I have ever met," Sweary said. "We are fortunate to have him on our team and know that the client base will connect with his personality and appreciate his work ethic as he transitions into working for the rug industry's fashion leader."

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