Rizzy Home Appoints Two Executives

Tim DonahueTim Donahue

CALHOUN, Ga.- Rizzy Home has named Tim Donahue director of business development and Scott Evans creative director for textiles.

Reporting to Mark Ferullo, vice president of sales, Donahue brings more than two decades of experience to his new position. He previously spent 21 years at Milliken Residential Flooring, where his posts included national sales director, Northeast regional manager and national accounts manager.

"Tim brings a wealth of knowledge to Rizzy Home and will be an integral component of our sales management team," said Ferullo. "In his new role, Tim will be in charge of sales management and will travel with Rizzy Home reps to further develop business."

Evans has 12 years of design experience, and has held positions at Tai Ping, Mohawk Home, and most recently was creative director at American Varsity.

"Scott's unique skill set and experience in designing custom products will prove valuable in the expansion of our product offerings," said Sheila Altenstadter, director of textiles. "Scott will be responsible for the product development, color and design of home textiles and will work in conjunction with Shauna Snyder, creative director for rugs, in the coordination of rugs and textiles."

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