Simms Named Sales V.P. at Classic Home

LOS ANGELES-Classic Home, a Classic Concepts company and manufacturer and distributor of eco-friendly furniture collections and other categories, has appointed Gary Simms senior vice president of sales. He reports to Harpal Singh, president and chief executive officer, Classic Concepts.

With 30 years experience in the furniture and home decor industries, Simms was most recently national accounts manager for IMAX Corp.

"Gary's extensive import background combined with his team-building mentality and his 'get results' business approach will definitely enhance our current and future sales growth," said Thomas Andonian, general manager, Classic Home.

Classic Home will be at the upcoming High Point Market, in showrooms IHFC #D-1002 and InterHall #D-409. It also features products in Showplace #3326 in conjunction with Classic Home Rugs and Villa Home Collection.

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