Lumpkin, Woppert join Nourison as account executives

Home Press Release Lumpkin, Woppert join Nourison as account executives

Saddle Brook, N.J.—Nourison has appointed Lucky Lumpkin and Melissa Woppert as account executives. These new sales team members will work with both new and existing customers to help extend the manufacturer’s presence in their assigned territories.

Lumpkin is responsible for managing and developing business in Mississippi, Kentucky and Tennessee while Woppert will handle Northern California up through Reno, Nev. Lumpkin will report to David Appelt, regional manager, and Woppert will report to Owen Baker, regional manager.

Lumpkin has previous experience as a commercial and residential freelance interior designer and has worked in high end furniture stores and tile shops. Woppert previously worked for Mohawk Industries as a territory manager in the hard surface division.

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