Weyhrauch Assumes Sales and Marketing Post at Nambe

nambe logoWEBSANTA FE, N.M.-Longtime Nambe executive Jim Weyhrauch has been named the interim head of Nambe sales and marketing.

Weyhrauch succeeds Angie Miller, who is leaving the company. Miller's last day is March 14.

Weyhrauch, who serves as vice chairman to the board at Nambe, joined the company in 1986 and was responsible for growing Nambe from a small, regional company to a nationally recognized brand, the company said. During his tenure he served as head of sales and marketing and, eventually, as president and CEO.

"Jim brings a tremendous understanding of the Nambe brand and its customer, and I am thrilled to have Jim even more engaged with the company," said Dan Hillenbrand, chairman of the board for Nambe.

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