Classic Brands creates new role for corporate workflow and organizational management
October 5, 2016,
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JESSUP, Md. — As part of its continued growth strategy, specialty bedding manufacturer Classic Brands has created a new project director position focused on streamlining corporate workflow and organization, naming Janna Pulver to the post.
In the new position with Classic Brands, Pulver’s role is intended to improve company communication and organization. Her responsibilities include strategizing project management cross-functionality, implementing new processes and improving standard operating procedures. She is also a key member of the marketing team among other duties. Pulver received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland, College Park, where she studied business and marketing in the Robert H. Smith School of Business – Marketing.
“As we continue to grow, we see extreme value in improving the quality of our work whether it be on the front line or behind the scenes in all aspects of our company,” Zippelli said. “Throughout her career, Janna has a proven track record of developing and executing multiple campaigns to build brand awareness as well as customer relationships.”
Classic Brands uses the finest materials from around the world including all-natural and high-performance covers, Talalay and Dunlop latex, memory foam, gel-infused memory foam, innerspring and wrapped coil hybrid. Classic’s line of gel-memory foam and hybrid mattresses, with various luxurious constructions, represents the fastest growing segment of the bedding market. Classic Brands is committed to being on the cutting edge of designing and producing innovative products for people to sleep healthier. Its sleep systems are designed to help you get the maximum benefit out of each night of sleep. For more information, visit www.ClassicMattress.com.
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