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CMA adds sales and marketing position

The Cabinet Makers Association hired Amanda Conger to assume the newly created role of director of sales and marketing.

The CMA board of directors created this new position to increase the association’s industry presence and to ultimately grow their membership base.

“We have a lot of work to do, but it will be exciting to see the results,” CMA executive director Jim McDermott said in a statement.

Conger, formerly with Premier EuroCase and Stiles Machinery, will provide services to market and advertise the organization and procure sponsorships.

The CMA is a professional organization where cabinetmakers and woodworkers from both the residential and commercial markets get together and share their hard-earned knowledge and experience to help one another.

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