WAYLAND, NY – Gunlocke has further increased its already strong commitment to the U.S. architectural and design sector and the office furniture marketplace by adding two new team members to its sales force. Courtney Snyder joins Gunlocke as an A&D manager in the New York metro area, while Kelley Davis has accepted the position of business development manager in Virginia.
Snyder has spent the past seven years working in the A&D industry, coming to Gunlocke from Knoll. In her new position at Gunlocke, she will be responsible for helping drive profitable sales growth in the greater New York area by developing productive relationships and creating brand awareness with architecture and design firms and their customers. Snyder graduated from Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History.
Davis brings more than 15 years of experience to Gunlocke and its sister company, HBF, joining the team from Allsteel, where she was a government account manager/business development manager. In her new role, she will focus on driving sales of the Gunlocke, HBF and HBF Textiles brands in central and southern Virginia. Davis graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Va., with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design.
For more information about Gunlocke, contact 1-800-828-6300 or visit www.gunlocke.com.
The Gunlocke Company is an industry leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of wood contract furniture: casegoods, seating and tables. As it focuses on developing fresh, responsive new solutions for the workplace, the company carries forward a tradition of quality craftsmanship, technical expertise and conscientious customer service. The Gunlocke name is synonymous with design integrity, manufacturing excellence and enduring value. Eight U.S. presidents and leading decision makers in a range of industries have made the company’s products their choice.
Gunlocke has a growing North American presence, with showrooms located in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, New York City, Santa Monica, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.
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