Stanley Furniture Company Appoints Brad Miller As The New Director Of International Sales
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Brad Miller has been named director of international sales for Stanley Furniture Co., Inc. He replaces Margaret Bloom, who is retiring.
“Brad will work to heighten our visibility in the nearly 50 foreign markets that we now serve as well as extending our distribution network into other countries,” says Phil Haney, Stanley Furniture executive vice president of marketing/sales for Stanley Collections. “With worldwide sales experience, he will be a tremendous asset as he leads our international sales team in the global marketplace.”
Miller brings more than 10 years of management experience which includes working as international account executive for Cone Mills Corp. and Lackawana Leather. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from UNC-Chapel Hill and a Masters in Business Administration from Wake Forest University.
One of the largest furniture manufacturers in the United States, Stanley Furniture Co., Inc. is widely recognized as a style and design leader. The company has received ten coveted Pinnacle Awards for fine quality residential wood furniture, ranging from traditional to contemporary. Stanley Furniture Collections are presented as dining room, bedroom, home entertainment and accent tables, and home office. Young America® is the industry leader in youth furniture.
Founded in 1924, Stanley Furniture has a strong tradition of superior product supported by excellent quality and service. The shipment of orders to retail stores is among the fastest in the industry. Production facilities are located in Stanleytown and Martinsville, Va., as well as Robbinsville and Lexington, N.C. Stanley Furniture's upper-medium priced furniture is sold to furniture specialty stores, department stores and furniture store chains. Stanley Furniture common stock is traded on the Nasdaq Stock Market under the symbol STLY.
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