Rizzy Home Appoints Hedrick Sales Manager

Larry HedrickLarry Hedrick

CALHOUN, Ga.-Rizzy Home has named Larry Hedrick as Midwest regional sales manager, as well as responsible for the rent-to-own distribution channel nationwide. Hedrick will report directly to Kevin Welch, national sales manager of Rizzy Home.

A rug industry veteran, Hedrick is the principal of Hedrick Enterprises, which most recently represented Karastan/Mohawk. He also previously served as president of Lifestyles USA, director of merchandising for Rug Studio and Smith & Noble and vice president of Bernsen's Oriental Rugs.

"Larry has had an immediate impact on our business since joining us in late January, and we look forward to his continued success," says Mark Ferullo, vice president.

Hedrick is one of three recent hires by Rizzy. As previously announced, Jim Breibach has become vice president of textiles and Joe Barkley as Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regional sales manager.

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