Momeni Expands Sales Team in Three Key Markets

CARLSTADT, N.J.--Momeni has announced the recent expansion of its sales team into three key markets, all of whom report to Stephen Hoberman, national sales manager.

In Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana, Geoffrey Siebold now manages Momeni's product lines. Based in Chicago, Siebold's career in the flooring industry includes management positions at Couristan and Tufenkian.

Elaine Greenberg will now oversee all product lines for the company in Florida. She has more than 20 years of experience in the furniture, accessory and area rug industries and will be based in South Florida.

Husband and wife team Phil Rosenberg and Deb Heymann have been named area rug salespeople for the Northern California region. Based in Sacramento, they have been servicing furniture and flooring stores in the area for more than 20 years.

"The recent expansion of the sales team positions Momeni to fulfill the company's goal of expertly servicing our dealers across the entire U.S.," said Reza Momeni, president of Momeni. "The salespeople are charged with promoting our products and service in line with our tradition of quality. We are fortunate and proud to have such great additions."

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