Nourison Appoints Denise Waters Account Executive

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SADDLE BROOK, N.J.-Nourison has named Denise Waters account executive for its East Texas and Louisiana territory, responsible for managing and developing business within the area, which includes a product line of more than 60 active area rug collections, broadloom and runner lines -- including the newer Nourtex brand -- and the Mina Victory line of decorative accessories.

A sales professional with a design background and industry experience in outside sales, Waters was most recently an independent agent and previously held sales positions at Masland Carpet.

"We are very pleased to land such a well-respected, proven sales professional as the newest member of our team," said Gerard O'Keefe, vice president of sales, Nourison. "Denise is a talented individual with a great track record in the industry. We are confident she will excel in her new position."

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