Bella Rose Expands Sales Reach

June 2005
Home Textiles Today;6/13/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 39, p17
Trade Publication
The article reports that Bella Rose by Chateau, a home textiles design and manufacturing company, beefed up its sales reach with the addition of California-based sales firm Bon Marche and independent representative Judy Bynum. Bynum brings eight years of experience in the home furnishings industry and covers the Rocky Mountain region--Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and New Mexico. Bella Rose's rep groups include Southern Accessories Today for the southeast, Casa Bella for the northern United States, Remington-Freeman/One Coast for New England, Omni Sales for the middle south, C and J Sales, Jerome Group and additional independent representatives.


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