Raskin expands sales, marketing team

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Vincent Circosta

Deerfield Beach, Fla.—Raskin Industries has added Vincent Circosta to its sales and marketing team as Raskin’s new vice president of sales and marketing. Circosta brings more than 16 years of flooring experience to the company.

In this new role, Circosta is tasked with driving sales through its network of distribution partners as well as helping shape and promote the Raskin brand in the marketplace.

“We are very excited about what Vincent brings to our organization,” said Michael Raskin, founder. “His personality, positivity and drive will bring great energy in supporting our business partners. Vincent aligns with our vision for our unique and stylish brand that resonates with today’s customer.”

Ted Rocha has been elevated to vice president of Raskin Industries and will be working in conjunction with Circosta on facilitating the sales efforts of the company.

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