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Roseco Hires Director of Sales and Marketing

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(PRESS RELEASE) Bob Rose, president of Roseco in Dallas, TX, has announced the hiring of Mitch Horowitz as director of sales and marketing. In his role at Roseco, Horowitz will be responsible for driving sales and new business opportunities and helping the company’s existing customer base increase its revenue base.

Horowitz brings 30 years of industry knowledge and sales experience from his time working at industry publications JCK, National Jeweler and Modern Jeweler.

Horowitz said, “I am thrilled to be back in the trade and I believe this is a great opportunity to help Roseco maintain and strengthen its position as a leading supplier for retail jewelers on a national level. By offering a vast array of products and service, I believe we are well-positioned for years to come.”

Roseco will celebrate its 40th anniversary next year as a leading supplier of findings, tools, equipment and other products that a jeweler needs to be successful in today’s competitive retail environment.

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