Bush Tabbed as International Sales Director for Crown Crafts

GONZALES, La.-Crown Crafts has appointed Mary Jean Bush to the newly created position of director of international sales.

The move reflects the company's emphasis on international markets as a component to its growth strategy over the next five years, according to a Crown Crafts statement. Bush oversees the development of sales strategies and new international business, along with growing sales with existing international accounts for Crown Crafts Infant Products, Hamco, Neat Solutions and Bibsters.

Bush reports to Nancy Freeman, president and chief executive officer of Crown Crafts Infant Products, and Janet Talbot, vice president of sales for Hamco.

Before joining Crown Crafts, Bush was managing director and president of Blue Ridge International Products. Her career also includes executive posts with Fisher-Price.

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