Sadlowski Joins Lexington

David SadlowskiDavid Sadlowski

HIGH POINT, N.C.-Lexington Home Brands has added industry veteran David Sadlowski to its management team as vice president and general manager of upholstery operations with responsibility for all aspects of domestic manufacturing and international sourcing.

Sadlowski will be based at the company's upholstery complex in Hildebran, N.C., and will report directly to Phil Haney, Lexington's president and CEO.

Sadlowski served most recently as vice president of manufacturing and Asian operations for American Signature Furniture. Prior to that, he was vice president of manufacturing for Thomasville Furniture Industries.

"With over 25 years experience in managing both domestic manufacturing and global sourcing, we are extremely pleased to have someone with David's expertise and broad understanding of the business as a member of our management team," said Haney. "Our upholstery division has delivered strong double-digit sales growth for six consecutive years, and is poised to accelerate that pace due to the success of Tommy Bahama Outdoor Living--an acquisition that has proven to be a powerful brand extension platform for both Lexington and our retail partners."

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