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Megan Garrity Joins Fiberon as Product Specialist
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10/28/2011 — NEW LONDON, N.C. — Fiberon, a leading manufacturer of PVC and composite decking, and railing products, has hired Megan Garrity as a Fiberon Product Specialist for the Greater Seattle, Washington market area. She will be responsible for increasing and managing the network of decking contractors in her market.

“Megan brings industry experience and product knowledge to effectively focus on contractor pull-through sales. We will continue to invest in quality people like Megan in key markets throughout the year, states Bill Ross, Vice President of Sales for Fiberon. Carol Kelly, Director of Sales West for Fiberon adds, “Megan has the dedication and experience to continue to grow the Fiberon brand.”

Prior to joining Fiberon, Garrity served as a National Accounts and Senior Product Manager of the Fiberon line for Vandermeer Forest Products Inc.

Fiberon decking, railing and fencing products are sold to professional contractors through a national and international network of distributors. To learn more, visit www.fiberondecking.comor call 800-573-8841. For product images, logos and other related media, please visit

About Fiberon

Fiberon, LLC is a leading manufacturer of PVC and composite decking, railing and fencing products used in homes and light commercial construction across North America and Europe. Through extensive product development and leading-edge manufacturing capabilities, Fiberon created the benchmark for innovative, alternative outdoor living products. Fiberon is proud to be a sponsoring member of the North American Deck and Railing Association (NADRA), whose mission is to provide a unified source for professional development and a voice for code development for the decking and railing industry in North America.  Fiberon was founded in 1997 and is privately owned with operations in North Carolina and Idaho.  For more information, visit and follow Fiberon on FacebookTwitter andYouTube.

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