VHC names Dunlevy to new sales management post

Branson, Mo. - Kristine Dunlevy has been named national field sales manager - a newly created post - for home textiles supplier VHC Inc.

VHC is home to the Lasting Impressions bedding and throws collection and Nancy's Nook home décor line that including kitchen textiles, soft window treatments, and holiday themed and braided rugs.

Dunlevy was formerly with OneCoast and Gund Inc. She will continue to be based in Ohio, and is responsible for building a sales team nationwide by region or state. The company noted its sales personnel will be corporate employees and will be responsible for the growth of sales in all VHC lines on a target-client basis.

"With the tremendous growth we have experienced in the past two years, and the positive reception we are seeing to our branded product approach, we really feel that a nationwide sales team will help us achieve our goal of becoming a top name brand to retailers around the country," stated Ken Kline, ceo. "We are very excited for Ms. Dunlevy to head up our efforts to build out a strong sales team to help us achieve our objectives. Adding a corporate field-based sales team is the final piece of the puzzle for us to compete directly with other vendors that are national in scope and brand-awareness."

Added Dunlevy: "VHC has great products, huge potential, and a very strong base. It's an exciting time to join the growing VHC team, and to lead the effort to tell the company's story firsthand to retailers nationwide as we build the sales team from the ground up."

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