Zack joins Morgan Fabrics

October 2006
Furniture/Today;10/16/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p92
Trade Publication
Industry Overview
The article discusses the appointment of Vice President of Morgan Fabrics, Richard Zack, in the sales department and discusses about his sales responsibility with focus on key accounts. According to David Young, Executive Vice President, Richard Zack's skills would enhance the company's future prospects.


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