Dennard Joins Momeni

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CARLSTADT, N.J.-Momeni has named Blake Dennard to the newly created position of Southeast regional manager, responsible for managing the sales and sales agents in 10 Southeastern states.

Based in Chattanooga, Tenn., Dennard will report to Stephen Hoberman, national accounts manager.

Dennard joined Momeni in early 2009 as a sales representative. Prior to joining the company, he was a vice president at both Kaleen and Oriental Weavers USA. 

"Momeni's continued growth made this new position necessary," said Austin Craley, the company's vice president of sales. "We feel his professional, enthusiastic personality and his strong knowledge of the marketplace will be a great fit with our customer base. His widespread following among key customers, along with his extensive background and experience, will help us to service our accounts even better in the future."

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