Rowe Furniture Names Shilesky VP Marketing

David ShileskyDavid Shilesky

ELLISTON, Va.-David Shilesky will rejoin Rowe Furniture as vice president of marketing.

Shilesky, who first worked at Rowe from 199-2006, reports to CEO Phil Haney. Shilesky also previously worked as an independent account manager at Lexington Home Brands.

"David has gained tremendous experience in working with a wide range of great independent furniture retailers and designers and will now apply that knowledge and experience as he assumes his new role at Rowe," Haney said. "We have quite a number of initiatives underway at Rowe in preparation for the upcoming High Point Market in October and David will be of great help as we continue to work to improve our company, its products and services to our dealers."

"I have always had a genuine passion for Rowe's success and look forward to rejoining the company, I know that I have much to do and am excited to get started," Shilesky said.

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