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New Sales Manager Joins
the Companion Group Family

Friday, July 22, 2016

The Companion Group is happy to announce that David Collins has joined “The Family” as a Sales manager. David is managing key retail accounts, including department stores and housewares retailers such as Macy’s and Crate & Barrel.

“David has experience as a manufacturer and a buyer,” said Sales director Sarah Farrar, “so he has the benefit of understanding both sides of the business. We are thrilled that he has joined us and see him as a huge asset to our team.”

His past includes diverse positions such as intern for a state assemblyman, neurosciences research assistant, and rock climbing instructor. In his free time David operates a monthly underground private dining pop-up that serves innovative California seasonal fusion food. He also competes in triathlons and enjoys learning new languages.

“Prior to joining The Companion Group, I worked for an e-commerce technology startup, but wanted to get back into working more closely with product and the development process,” said David. “As an amateur cook, I have a passion for food and the tools that make cooking happen.” Call (800) 521-0505 or visit

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