Logie and Miller Appointed Account Executives at Nourison

Dale Logie,  Sheri MillerDale Logie, top, and Sheri Miller

SADDLE BROOK, N.J.-Nourison has named Dale Logie and Sheri Miller account executives in the southern California region. Logie will manage and develop business in the southern Los Angeles region down to San Diego, including Orange County, while Miller will do the same in the Los Angeles north territory, including the Valley and north to Santa Barbara.

Logie has decades of industry experience in high-end decorative wool carpet and was most recently an account executive for Godfrey Hirst. Miller is also an accomplished and seasoned industry veteran, and spent more than a decade as a territory manager for Moda Carpet.

"In restructuring this critical region, we've had the great fortune to add not one, but two accomplished sales professionals to our West Coast team," said Gerard O'Keefe, Nourison's vice president of sales. "Both Dale and Sheri are proven and well-respected in the area, and we are confident they will have immediate and lasting success."

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