Nourison Appoints O'Toole, Carroll and Slough as Account Executives for Key Territories

SADDLE BROOK, N.J.-Nourison has appointed three account executives for key regional territories: Pamela O'Toole as account executive for the southern California territory, Patrick Carroll as account executive for the north/central New Jersey/North West Pennsylvania territory, and Darrell Slough for the north/west Texas, Oklahoma, northern Louisiana territory.

O'Toole, Carroll and Slough will be responsible for managing and developing business. They will promote Nourison's rug line that includes more than 75 active collections; its broadloom and runner lines; the growing Nourtex broadloom division; Calvin Klein, Joseph Abboud, and Barclay Butera licensed brands; as well as the Mina Victory line of decorative accessories.

O'Toole comes to Nourison with industry experience in sales and marketing positions in yarn, broadloom, hospitality, retail and more. She has held positions in recent years at Miliken Hospitality and Masland Carpets and Rugs. Carroll has years of sales and sales management experience in the industry, covering both rugs and broadloom. He had a long and successful career at Karastan that included several key sales positions, Nourison said in a statement. Slough joins Nourison with related experience in both rugs and home furnishings and served in sales positions for Shaw Industries in the rug division and Thomasville furniture.

"We are truly pleased with the opportunity to add these three savvy, seasoned professionals to our team," said Gerard O'Keefe, Nourison's vice president of sales. "Pam, Patrick and Darrell bring their deep knowledge and passion to the new positions.  Each is well established in their respective territories and has strong existing relationships. We are confident that they will make an immediate positive impact."

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