We Cork promotes Crossland to national sales manager

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Tina Crossland

Exeter, N.H.—We Cork, provider of cork flooring and underlayment, has promoted Tina Crossland to the position of national sales manager. She will have the primary responsibility for marketing We Cork products to the U.S. flooring industry.

“Tina has been a key part of our growth and momentum in 2020, and we were thrilled to promote her to this important position,” said Ann Wicander, president of We Cork.

Crossland joined the company in March 2020 as Atlantic region sales manager. She managed the region from New Jersey to Florida, which achieved double-digit growth in 2020. She provided strong leadership and innovative strategies despite the challenges of 2020. Crossland was previously with Peachtree Hotel Group in its hospitality management group.

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