Garrity Named by FXI to Head Consumer Bedding Sales

Devin GarrityDevin Garrity

MEDIA, Pa.-Foam producer FXI has appointed Devin Garrity vice president of sales for its consumer bedding division, a new position for the company.

In his new post, Garrity is responsible for sales in the division and will work closely with retailers to expand the number of stores carrying FXI bedding products. He also manages new product introductions, such as the Dr. Breus pillow line, which will begin shipping this summer. He reports to Diane Adams, senior vice president of consumer products.

Before joining FXI, Garrity was vice president of sales and marketing for Dixie Bedding Co., a licensee of mattress manufacturer Comfort Solutions. He has also held executive positions with Spring Air, Sealy and Leggett & Platt in his two-decade-long career.

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