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Eisenberg Promoted to Senior Vice President of Sales at Protect-A-Bed

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Alan Eisenberg will execute sales and marketing initiatives that increase Protect-A-Bed brand awareness and achieve sales and profit goals.

| November 20, 2009

CHICAGO – Alan Eisenberg has been promoted to senior vice president of Sales at Protect-A-Bed. In his position Eisenberg executes sales and marketing initiatives that increase Protect-A-Bed brand awareness and achieve sales and profit goals. Eisenberg works with leading retail companies and leads Protect-A-Bed’s team serving the Pest Control Management Industry.
 
“Protect-A-Bed has seen significant growth in recent years, in part, because of the outstanding leadership Alan has show within the home textile, furniture and pest control industries,” said Protect-A-Bed CEO James Bell. “He is an essential part of our company’s team.”
 
Prior to joining Protect-A-Bed in 2007, Eisenberg served a Vice President of National Accounts for the Serta Mattress Company where he received a number of awards, including a retail client’s Vendor Appreciation Award. Eisenberg’s nearly 20 years of experience in the mattress industry also includes employment at the Sealy Mattress Company, where he served as a Senior Key Account Manager.
 
Eisenberg has a B.A. in Economics from the City University of New York – Brooklyn College. He resides in Wellington, Fla.
 

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