Invista names new regional managers for Stainmaster

HomePress ReleaseInvista names new regional managers for Stainmaster

Kennesaw, Ga.—Invista Surfaces has promoted two employees into new roles to support Stainmaster carpet. Paul Adamske, national service manager, has accepted the role of regional manager for the Central U.S. territory. Sean Quigley, strategic account manager, has accepted the role of regional manager for the Eastern U.S. and Eastern Canada territories. Adamske and Quigley will work closely with Stainmaster strategic account managers to promote growth of the Stainmaster carpet fiber platforms and retailer programs.

“Paul and Sean have proven records of achievement in leading efforts to expand and support the Stainmaster carpet brand while servicing our Stainmaster Flooring Center and Stainmaster Showcase retailers,” said BiBi Lovell-Gadd, senior manager, specialty retail expansion team.

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