Long heads Classic/Statesville customer service

January 2006
Furniture/Today;1/9/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 18, p23
Trade Publication
The article reports the selection of Kim Long as customer service manager for sister companies Classic Leather and Statesville Chair, both U.S.-based upholstery makers. She succeeds Kay Lafone, who is retiring after a 36-year career with the company. As a customer service manager, Long will oversee daily operations for the national customer service team, which assists both dealers and sales representatives.


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