J+J Flooring names Blackstock corporate VP of sales strategy

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Dalton—J+J Flooring Group, a leading manufacturer of commercial specified flooring, has named Bill Blackstock as the company’s new corporate vice president of sales strategy.

Blackstock will succeed Bill Crosley, current corporate vice president of sales strategy, who is retiring later this year after 36 years with the company. In the interim, Blackstock will work closely with the entire J+J leadership team to further hone the company’s short and long term sales strategies and product initiatives. Blackstock will assume his new role Sept. 1.

“Our success has always been founded on the quality of people that comprise our company,” said David Jolly, president and CEO of J+J Flooring Group. “With Bill Crosley and Bill Blackstock, we have two of the finest sales management professionals in our industry.”

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