Hollander Adds Johnson, Petricoff to Executive Team

BOCA RATON, Fla.-Hollander Home Fashions has named Kaye Johnson sales vice president and key account executive, and has appointed Adam Petricoff vice president of hospitality and healthcare.

Both posts are new positions for the company. Johnson has assumed responsibility for sales and growth initiatives for department stores and chain stores in the Dallas region. Petricoff oversees the strategic planning of Hollander's efforts in the hospitality and healthcare markets. Both executives report to Kay LeGrange, Hollander's president of sales.

Before joining Hollander, Johnson was vice president of sales for Division 54, the women's-apparel unit of Li & Fung. Petricoff, a 15-year veteran in the home-textiles industry, served as merchandise manager for the branded division at Springs Global in his most recent position.

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