Dennard, Jennifer
November 2003
Textile World;Nov2003, Vol. 153 Issue 11, p59
Trade Publication
The author presents articles about executives in the textile industry compiled as of November 2003. These include the promotion of executives Nona Waters, Tiffany Jawor and Janet Nimiroski to stylist positions at Cranston, Rhode Island-based Cranston Print Works Co. Also, John Bauer was named central regional sales manager at Charlotte, North Carolina-based SATO America Inc. Hickory, North Carolina-based Paul Lavitt Mills Inc. has been named Mark C. Albers as president of its SAI SuperSox Division. In Cleveland, Ohio, Astrup Co. has hired Eric Albert, Skyler Burreson, Peter Herbert and James Reeser as account representatives.


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