Johnston Appointed Senior V.P., Sales, at Meyer Corp., U.S.

Darrin JohnstonDarrin Johnston

VALLEJO, Calif. -Darrin Johnston has been promoted to the newly created position of senior vice president of sales at Meyer Corp., U.S., for which he has sales responsibilities over all brands, including Circulon Anolon, BonJour, KitchenAid cookware, Rachael Ray, Farberware, Paula Deen and SilverStone. He will continue to report to the company's managing director, Jay Zilinskas.

Before his promotion, Johnston spent five years as the company's vice president of sales of the Gourmet division, which has the Circulon, Anolon, BonJour, KitchenAid cookware and Rachael Ray brands. In his new position, he will continue to oversee the Gourmet division and also be responsible for the Farberware division, which includes Farberware cookware and bakeware, Paula Deen and SilverStone Cookware.

Vincent Siano, vice president of sales for the Farberware division, will report to Johnston.

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