Design Network adds new rug post

Corral, Cecile B.
October 2003
Home Textiles Today;10/6/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p23
Trade Publication
Reports on the designation of Mellesa Snow as assistant rug product manager of Design Network in Los Angeles, California. Job description; Career history; Creation of the position to support growth and business expansion.


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