Haseley promoted to SVP at Decorating Den Interiors

professionalEaston, Md. — David Haseley, Who Has been vice president of merchandising and marketing at Decorating Den Interiors (DDI) since 2011, has been promoted to a senior vice president.

“David has achieved significant accomplishments in growing our preferred supplier network and adding new marketing initiatives to benefit our design professionals,” said James S. Bugg Jr., CEO and president.

Haseley oversees DDI’s network of some 130 home furnishings suppliers ranging from luxury brands to those that appeal to a wider segment of the market. He led the development of a new website that enables DDI’s design professionals to have a robust and personalized web presence with professional SEO support in their respective local markets.

He also is responsible for national advertising and for developing quarterly supplier promotions for use by its nearly 300 interior decorators.

Previously, Haseley has been vice president at both Hunter Douglas and Fabricut. He also has been a DDI franchise owner and regional director.

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