Rizzy Home Taps Ragy as National Account Manager

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CALHOUN, Ga.-Rizzy Home has hired Louis Ragy as its national account manager, reporting to Mark Ferullo, president.

As a rug and textile industry veteran, Ragy has a specialized knowledge of international rug and textile markets, a successful background in marketing and sales and expertise in product development, the company said. His career includes serving as senior vice president of sales for Beaulieu of America's textile division, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Trade Am and as president and CEO of Smartful Rugs and Textiles.

"Louis brings many years of experience in sales and product development that will help grow our business," said Ferullo. "He has both textile and rug experience that will contribute to the success of Rizzy Home."

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