Nourison Appoints Mary Earhart Account Executive for the Carolinas

Mary EarhartMary Earhart

SADDLE BROOK, N.J.-Mary Earhart has been named account executive for Nourison's North Carolina, South Carolina territory, responsible for managing and developing business within this territory. 

With an extensive industry experience in carpet, fiber and retail sales and marketing, Earhart has held positions in fiber territory sales/marketing and retail flooring sales, and was most recently Stainmaster territory manager at Invista.

"We are thrilled to have a talented individual like Mary join our team. She brings a sales and marketing savvy and a strong work ethic to this territory, where she already has cultivated strong relationships," said Gerard O'Keefe, Nourison's vice president of sales. "We fully expect that she will grow and succeed in this important territory."

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