Loloi Rugs Names Craley Vice President of Sales

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Loloi Rugs has appointed Austin Craley to the new position of vice president of sales, where he will manage the company's sales team. Reporting directly to Amir and Steven Loloi, founder/president and principal, respectively, Craley will be based in New Jersey.

With more than 26 years of experience in the rug industry, Craley was most recently vice president of sales at Momeni Rugs, where he was for 10 years. Prior to that, he held the same position at Kas Rugs, and has also been a buyer for handmade and machine-made rugs at Macy's.

"Austin is highly respected by retailers throughout the country, and his extensive wholesale and retail experiences will help our company as we continue our climb to new levels," said Amir Loloi. "He has tremendous expertise at managing and focusing talented sales teams, and we are excited to have such a professional join our company."

"I am excited and proud to be joining the outstanding Loloi team," Craley said. "The company has achieved remarkable success in just a brief period of time, and I look forward to helping them reach new heights in the years ahead. Loloi has an incredibly talented staff from top to bottom, and I look forward to being a part of that effort."

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