Metroflor bolsters sales territories

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Norwalk, Conn. — Metroflor Corp. announced the appointment of two district sales managers to accommodate growth in key territories. Jeff Berl was named Northeast District Sales Manager, and Matthew Fooshee was tapped to take over as Southwest Sales Manager.Berl, who most recently served as Armstrong World Industries’ Retail Strategic account manager in the New York/New England marketplace, will assume responsibilities for Metroflor distributors Apollo Distributing Co., L. Bornstein & Co., J.J. Haines & Co., and Wheeler Floors. Fooshee will be responsible for Reader’s Wholesale Distributors Ltd. and Adleta Corp. Previously Fooshee served as business manager for HPS North America. He also worked with Bentley Prince Street and FreeFit.

 

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