Outdura hires new West Coast sales manager

dawsonVictoria Dawson
HUDSON, N.C. - Outdura Corporation, a member of the Sattler AG family of companies, recently hired Victoria Dawson as the company's West Coast sales manager. Dawson has a distinguished career in performance textiles spanning over a decade, serving in a variety of key roles in fabric design, product development, sales and distribution'

"We are excited to have Victoria join our team," said David Meeks, director of casual furniture, "she brings a wealth of knowledge, energy and relationships to Outdura that will help us achieve our goals on the West Coast and company-wide."

Sattler AG is headquartered in Graz, Austria, and is a fifth generation family owned company with a proud success story dating back to its beginning in 1875. The Sattler Group ranks among the top European performance textile manufacturers and is a leading producer of solution dyed acrylic fabrics worldwide.

The Outdura brand was launched 16 years ago, and was quickly embraced as a supplier in the solution dyed acrylic performance fabric category. Offering the latest in colors and original designs, Outdura fabrics boast a strong performance story that is suitable for most any fabric application. And, unlike so many of today‘s textile products, every yard of Outdura performance fabric is woven right in the USA.

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