Acacia adds Christensen

As director of sales and marketing

Acacia Home & Garden has added Diane Christensen as director of sales and marketing.


Christensen was most recently a sales representative for Pacific Coast Feather Cushion Company and executive director for the National Association of Interior Stylists. Earlier, she was a merchandise manager for Laneventure furniture and held sales management and buying positions for Seasonal Concepts, a casual furniture retailer.

"We're fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with Diane on the development of product for our license brands and look forward to working with her in her new role," said Alex Te, president of Acacia Home & Garden. “Her experience and talent will contribute to Acacia’s future growth.”

For 20 years, Acacia Home & Garden has manufactured furniture for not only indoors, but the outdoor room as well. It operates a manufacturing facility in Conover, N.C.

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