Miller Joins Nambe as VP Sales

NambeSANTA FE, N.M.-Angie Miller has joined Nambe as its vice president of sales, beginning Sept. 16.

Miller, who reports to CEO Robert Varakian, will be responsible for all wholesale sales to department stores, gift and gourmet specialty accounts and international and corporate sales for the home and giftware company. She succeeds Matt Jones, who left the company last month.

"To be able to add someone of Angie's level of professionalism and experience is a huge benefit to Nambe, and we are very fortunate that she is now an important member of our company, and look forward to working with her closely on our growth plans," Varakian said.

Miller served as president of crystal company Miller Rogaska for many years and, most recently, as a sales executive with Reed & Barton. "It is with great pleasure that I join the team at Nambe, a company I have long admired," Miller said of her new role. "After many amazing years at Reed & Barton, it is most exciting to embrace this new challenge."

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