Peel Named Southwest Regional Sales Manager at Capel

TROY, N.C.-Capel Rugs has appointed Daryl Peel regional sales manager for its southwest territory. With 20 years of sales experience, Peel has a background in upholstery and case good sales and furniture store management. At Capel, he will be responsible for sales in Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana, New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma, and will report directly to Allen Robertson, Capel's vice president of sales. Peel will be based in Houston.

"We are very excited to welcome Daryl to the Capel sales team," said Robertson. "His combined experience in home furnishings sales and as a retail manager makes him an ideal candidate for this position."

"I am very excited to be joining the Capel team," said Peel. "I am looking forward to working with such a professional group of people."

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