Mercier appoints Craig Brown new territory manager

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Craig BrownMontmagny, Quebec―Mercier Wood Flooring has named Craig Brown its new territory manager for the Southern U.S. region. In this capacity, he will be responsible for Belknap-Haines South.

“Craig brings years of experience in the floor covering industry where he has occupied key positions in distribution sales and sales management,” said Wade Bondrowski, director of sales, U.S. “Craig’s customer focus and deep industry knowledge will be great assets not just to the team but also to all Mercier business partners. The whole Mercier team is pleased to welcome Craig on board.”

Brown most recently served as vice president of sales for Bast Floors & Staircases. Prior to that, he was regional sales manager at Custom Wholesale Floors–a position he held for 16 years.

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