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Print industry veteran to develop Top Value Fabrics business
21
Apr '11
Top Value Fabrics has hired Dave Sailer as Business Development Manager.

Sailer comes to Top Value Fabrics with over 20 years of experience in the print media industry. He has worked in all aspects of the industry, from consulting to management and enjoys delivering customized signage solutions for customers.

“Dave is a print industry veteran. His impressive experience and knowledge base will be an asset as we look to the future of print media both for our company and for our valued customers,” explained Chris Fredericks, President of Top Value Fabrics. “Dave's impressive track record and his enthusiasm for the industry will serve him well here at Top Value Fabrics.”

Sailer specializes in identifying client needs, developing comprehensive sign solutions to meet those needs and ultimately, determining the right product set to profitably build customer sales.

A graduate of Providence College in Rhode Island, Dave holds a degree in Business Management.

Top Value Fabrics has a 36-year history of providing world-class fabric solutions and service, and today is known as a leading international textile supplier. With a nationwide network of offices, distribution centers and shipping locations, our expertise is in providing world-class fabric solutions and service to a wide variety of industries.

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