Kinkler Joins Red Pomegranate

Linda KinklerLinda Kinkler

MOSS BEACH, Calif.-Linda Kinkler has been appointed to the newly created position of vice president sales at Red Pomegranate. Red Pomegranate, a division of II Sisters, based in Moss Beach, Calif., specializes in gilded glass tableware manufactured in Turkey.

Kinkler's responsibilities will include the management of all domestic and international sales activities with a focus on growing the company's existing customer base as well as developing new customers within the independent, specialty and department store categories. Kinkler reports to Simmin Taleghani, Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer and Sudi Taleghani, President of Red Pomegranate, and is based in Princeton, N.J.

Previously, Kinkler managed sales for Ralph Lauren Home at WestPoint Home and most recently at Michael Aram.

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