Liberty Furniture names senior VP of sales

Jeff Horn

ATLANTA – Jason Brian, CEO of Liberty Furniture, announced the expansion of its executive team with the appointment of a new Senior Vice President of Sales, Jeff Horn.

“I feel fortunate to be able to add a person of Jeff’s caliber to an already strong team and I am excited to watch the positive impact he will bring going forward,” said Brian. "This strategic move reflects Liberty Furniture’s commitment to delivering high-quality furniture solutions to our valued customers while driving continued growth and innovation." 

Horn brings extensive experience and a passion for exceeding customer expectations, the company said. With a proven ability to lead and inspire sales teams, he will play a pivotal role in our company's future success. Horn brings a vast array of sales knowledge and experience leading sales teams, as well as more than 20 years of relationships in the furniture business.

"I am thrilled to be joining a company with such an impeccable product line and reputation to match" said Horn. "Liberty is committed to offering high quality, high value, innovative products. I am proud to be part of the leadership family.”

Key highlights of Jeff’s background and expertise include: 23 years with Ashley Furniture and a brief tenor with Klaussner Furniture as Executive Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer. 


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