Protect-A-Bed's Goldin to Retire

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CHICAGO-Clive Goldin, president of Protect-A-Bed, is retiring after 13 years with the producer of mattress protection products.

James Bell, the company's CEO, credited Goldin as "instrumental in Protect-A-Bed's growth and expansion. Under Clive's leadership, Protect-A-Bed has built and inspired a dynamic team of sales associates across the country, as well as 40 countries across the world."

A Protect-A-Bed statement said Goldin will continue to serve as an ambassador for the company, representing it at events and functions, including golf outings, industry conferences and shows.

Bell said Goldin's successor will be named within the next few months. Protect-A-Bed's executive leadership team includes Bell and Anneke Chamy, chief financial officer.

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