Feizy Rugs Names Sweary V.P. of Sales

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DALLAS-Dale Sweary has joined Feizy Rugs as vice president of sales, responsible for coordinating the efforts of and overseeing the growth of Feizy's national account base.

 Sweary succeeds Cameron Feizy, who was named senior vice president. Sweary reports to Cameron Feizy.

Sweary began his career in the industry with Shaw in 1989 and has a strong retail background as well, according to the company. He later served as regional manager and group director for Shaw

Living, the area rug division of Shaw Industries. Most recently, he served as western division manager for builder, property management and multi family at Beaulieu of America. He had a brief tenure with Feizy Rugs in 2007 before he was called back to Arizona due to family commitments.

 "Dale's team building and leadership abilities and high standard of customer service will be a great asset to the Feizy Rugs team," Cameron Feizy said. "We know we will benefit from his progressive ideas and passion for the business."

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