American Made Dorm & Home Hires First Salesperson to Represent Made in USA Baby Bedding Line

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Nick Rubadeau hired as marketing representative for Liz and Roo Fine Baby Bedding, bringing over 20 years of industry experience.

"We're excited about the prospects for getting the Liz and Roo line in more independent stores", stated Caroline Eager

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American Made Dorm & Home (AMDH) has hired its first marketing representative to market both Liz and Roo baby bedding and AMDH toddler to teen bedding to independent specialty retailers in the Southern United States. Nick Rubadeau, located in Nashville, TN, started October 22. His current lines include Kolcraft, Summer Infant, Munchkin, and Badger Basket. His territory will include Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Kentucky and Puerto Rico. "Nick's industry experience was a huge plus for us", stated Caroline Eager, President. "We're pleased Nick does not carry any other baby or toddler bedding line, and are enthusiastic about the prospects for getting Liz and Roo in more southern states' independent stores", she said. Caroline also stated, "Nick's experience and current customer base will open doors for us". Nick is a 1991 graduate of Purdue University. He and his family reside in Nashville, Tennessee.

Liz and Roo is a division of American Made Dorm & Home, formed less than one year ago when Brixy, the industry trade association, approached the owner about the possibility of manufacturing baby bedding. Liz and Roo now serves close to 100 independent retailers and is committed to USA manufacturing and the support of the specialty retail market.

American Made Dorm & Home is a SWaM-certified, women owned business that has also been certified by Made in US-Certified. The company manufactures baby bedding under "Liz and Roo". The company is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky and manufactures its baby bedding line in Sylva, North Carolina.

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