• Erin Berg

Mega/Windermere Motion names Hardison to head operations

EXETER, Pa. -- Reclining lift chair and mobility scooter supplier Mega/Windermere Motion has hired Dwight Hardison as director of operations.

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Hardison brings an extensive furniture background having worked at Benchcraft/Berkline, Simon Li, and most recently, Sexton Furniture Inds.

“Dwight brings great leadership, knowledge and passion to the Mega/Windermere division," said Dennis Valkanoff, managing director of Mega/Windermere Motion.

Working with Joe Showfety, national sales director, Hardison will take an active role in all aspects of the business and be able to work with the manufacturing plant in Pontotoc, Miss., to develop new products. "Mega/Windermere Motion has continued to experience exceptional growth that has necessitated that we expand our management team," said Valkanoff.

Mega/Windermere Motion, a subsidiary of Pride Mobility, serves many Top 100 furniture retailers and a number of buying groups, including Nationwide, FMG, MEGA Group and AVB/BrandSource. The company provides same day or next day shipment of products to the furniture retailer out of one of its four warehouse locations around the United States.


Erin BergErin Berg | Associate Editor

Erin Berg is an Associate Editor for Furniture/Today. After earning her B. A. in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Southern California, Erin began her career in marketing where she served clients in a wide variety of industries from film and television entertainment to aviation. Erin lived in Italy and four different states before landing in North Carolina in 2009.

Erin can be reached at EBerg@furnituretoday.com or at 336-605-1040.

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