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Christopher Designs Names Sales VP

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK – Christopher Designs announces the appointment of Leigh-Anne Brown to spearhead sales in the Mid-Southern U.S.

Brown is a Graduate Gemologist and has a track record as a sales achiever in both the B2B and B2C arenas. She has worked in the fine jewelry category for 10 years. In her position with Christopher Designs, Brown will be responsible for growing distribution and sales volume in her territory.

“We are thrilled to be adding Leigh-Anne to our sales force,” said Christopher Slowinski, president and CEO. “Her knowledge of the product, as well as her experience and ability to tell the story of the brand will augment our sales force and help drive us to the next level.”

“Having worked with several jewelry brands as well as a number of retailers, I’m excited to have the opportunity to impact sales at Christopher Designs,” said Brown. “My experience in selling a concept will definitely come in handy as I can explain to retailers how to differentiate Christopher Designs from competitors and remain profitable in a competitive marketplace.”

Brown’s experience spans both consumer-facing retail, working as a top-selling television host for The Liquidation Channel and The Jewellery Channel, as well as on the wholesale level, directing sales and transforming underperforming territories into lucrative revenue generators for a prominent manufacturer. Prior to the jewelry industry, Brown’s experience was in luxury travel, health and wellness. Brown holds a master’s of educational psychology from the University of Texas at Austin, as well as a BA in communications and psychology from the University of Arizona. 

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