Did you hear?... John Ball, Jack Haller and Jim Wallace resign from Travis Textiles

On the heels of Concept III Textiles taking over the sales, merchandising, and marketing duties for Travis Textiles, reps John Ball, Jack Haller and Jim Wallace have resigned from Travis Textiles.
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On the heels of Concept III Textiles taking over the sales, merchandising, and marketing duties for Travis Textiles, reps John Ball, Jack Haller and Jim Wallace have resigned from Travis Textiles to join as sales representatives for Tomen Corporation. Tomen's headquarters are in Japan and the company has many offices throughout the world. Tomen is a leading supplier of fabrics into the outerwear, active wear, sleeping bag, and pack market for the outdoors.

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