International Textile Group taps Lustig for merchandising

November 2006
Furniture/Today;11/27/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p4
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The article reports that Debbye Lusting is appointed as the Merchandiser in International Textile Group (ITG). Lusting will coordinate ITG's design efforts for its Cone Jacquards division and the Burlington Contract division. Lusting will work from Cone Jacuards in Cliffside N.C., and will report to Scott George, vice president, marketing and sales. Lusting was the president of Madison Avenue Designs for four years.


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