Nourison Appoints Tollison as Account Executive

Matthew TollisonMatthew Tollison

SADDLE BROOK, N.J.-Matthew Tollison has been named account executive for Nourison's North and South Carolina territory, where he will be responsible for managing and developing business.

Tollison will promote Nourison's rug line, which has more than 70 active collections, as well as its broadloom and runner lines, the growing Nourtex brand and the Mina Victory line of decorative accessories. He has previously held sales and sales management positions with Delos, Jaipur and 828.

"Matt is a proven professional with strong skills and close connections in the territory," said Gerard O'Keefe, Nourison's vice president of sales. "We are pleased to have him join our team and anticipate that he will make a meaningful, positive impact in this vital territory."

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