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Barkley Named Head of Amer’s Sales Team

Joe Barkley

ATLANTA–Amer Rugs has named Joe Barkley as vice president of sales and marketing, overseeing Amer‘s sales and marketing and the expansion of Amer’s growth into additional markets. He reports to Tanuj Gupta, president of Amer. A veteran industry executive with more than 30 years of experience, Barkley was most recently a senior partner at ProvisionsMore »

Shaw Veteran Jim Curtin Joins Surya

Jim Curtin

CALHOUN, Ga.—Surya has named Jim Curtin vice president of sales, national accounts, where he will oversee the development and growth of the company’s national accounts strategy across its product categories, as well as lead the expansion of Surya’s sales initiatives within the floor covering segment. Based out of Surya’s offices here, Curtin will report toMore »

Nourison Appoints Caporale as Account Executive for New Territory

Jennifer Caporale

SADDLE BROOK, N.J.–Jennifer Caporale has been named account executive for Nourison’s North Florida, Gulf Coast area, a newly added territory that includes North Florida, the Panhandle and the coastal and southern regions of Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi. She reports to David John Appelt, regional sales manager, Southeast. Responsible for managing and developing business within thisMore »

Shaw Industries Exiting the Area Rug Business

Shaw

DALTON, Ga.–Shaw Industries has announced that it is exiting the area rug business and plans to convert its Ringgold, Ga., rug facility to a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility for luxury vinyl tile. “The economics of the rug business today simply do not allow for future growth or encourage further investment,” said Vance Bell, chairman and CEO.More »

Shaw Industries to Build Facility in Bartow County

Shaw Industries

RINGGOLD, Ga.–Shaw Industries plans to erect a facility to manufacture modular carpet tiles in Adairsville, Georgia, in Bartow County. Georgia Governor Nathan Deal announced the plan last week, which the company said will be an $85 million investment and create 500 new jobs. Slated to begin construction next year, the facility will be 600,000 toMore »