Imagine Tile appoints Lynda Portelli as VP of sales and marketing

Imagine Tile appoints Lynda Portelli as VP of sales and marketing.
In this newly created position, Portelli will oversee all sales, marketing and administration for the Imagine Tile brand.

Lynda Portelli has rejoined Imagine Tile as VP of sales and marketing. In this newly created position, Portelli will oversee all sales, marketing and administration for the Imagine Tile brand. 

Portelli has over 15 years of experience in sales, marketing, public relations and business administration. Prior to rejoining Imagine Tile, she managed the company’s marketing, public relations and sales training program from 2006 to 2009.  After that, she served four years as the marketing manager for Dauphin, a manufacturer of ergonomic seating, and four years as the director of marketing at Galaxy Glass & Stone, a New Jersey-based manufacturer of architectural decorative glass.

Portelli holds a B.S in Marketing and an A.S in Fashion Buying and Merchandising from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, NY.

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Imagine Tile also expanded its Art of Board Series by adding 16 12-inch x 12-inch, and 12 eight-inch x eight-inch tiles.  The original collection consists of 24 three-inch x six-inch and 12 12-inch x 24-inch photo-realistic ceramic tiles from reclaimed skateboard decks.  All ceramic wall tile comes with a standard finish made with pre-consumer recycled materials and are commercially rated for high traffic areas.  In addition, they contain no VOCs, are resistant to strong chemicals, and are unaffected by UV lighting. These tiles are suitable for both interior and exterior use.

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