Outback Chair Company Adds a New National Account Executive

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Jason M. Cook Sells Outback’s Hanging Furniture to Pool & Spa Dealers.

Outback Chair Company, Inc., manufacturer of the most complete line of remarkably relaxing hanging furniture, announced today that Jason M. Cook has joined the company in the new position of national account executive, pool and spa. “Our hanging chairs have been a successful category for pool and spa dealers across the country,” said Jack Bass, president, Outback Chair Company. “We wanted to add a dedicated sales professional to serve this segment, and Jason impressed us with his high degree of self motivation, excellent communications skills and proven ability to provide top-notch customer service.”

“I was looking for an opportunity in sales with a growth-oriented company that produces products that offer lasting value and treats its customers right,” said Cook. “Outback Chair has earned a solid reputation for innovative design, quality manufacturing and superior service to the retailers who sell its hanging chairs and hammocks.”

About Outback Chair Company, Inc.

When selecting casual furniture, discerning consumers seek exceptional value: imaginatively designed, well-made furniture that provides genuine comfort at a sensible price. For these consumers, and the retailers who serve them, Outback Chair Company manufactures and distributes the most complete line of remarkably relaxing hanging furniture. Suspended from the ceiling of a porch or swaying gently from a frame out back on a patio, by the pool or in the garden, Outback’s hanging furniture – including chairs, loungers, recliners and hammocks – offers lofty comfort that raises relaxation to serene heights. Founded in 1997, Outback Chair Company (http://www.outbackchair.com) is headquartered in San Diego, Calif.

Note to Editors: A photo of Jason M. Cook is available to members of the media upon request. In addition, Outback’s press kit is accessible online at http://www.outbackchair.com/press_kits.html.

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