Rothstein Joins Philip Whitney

Philip WhitneyNEW YORK-Philip Whitney has named Seth Rothstein to the Philip Whitney team as its director of special accounts. Rothstein will report to Senior Vice President Max Harris and be responsible for handling sales to department stores and key accounts. He will replace Larry Lack, who has been promoted to vice president of sales and operations for Studio Silversmiths.

"Seth has a strong and successful background in the frame business, and we are excited to have him join our team," Harris said. "Philip Whitney has been growing steadily since our launch in the beginning of the year, and we are looking forward to having Seth continue that growth with us."

Rothstein most recently worked for North American Enclosures as the national sales manager. "I have known Max for a number of years and am very excited to begin working together with him and with this great company," Rothstein said. "The Godinger Group of companies [Philip Whitney's parent] are leaders in their industry and I am excited to be a part of the family."

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