Cabinet Wholesalers Names Ryan Orman New Director of Marketing

United States, California, Anaheim – 09-12-2019 ( — Cabinet Wholesalers, an award-winning kitchen and bath remodeler and cabinet wholesaler announces the creation of a new position, Director of Marketing.  Cabinet Wholesalers President and CEO, Eirik Orman stated, “Due to our continuing explosive growth, we have created the new position which will allow us to sustain the growth we’ve enjoyed, as well as ensure that we’re providing an outstanding customer experience.”  Ryan Orman has been recruited to fill the new position of Director of Marketing.  

Ryan Orman graduated from the University of Kansas with two degrees, one in Marketing and the other in Information Systems.  Most recently, Ryan was the president of Kitchen Detailers.  Ryan shared with us, “My background is ideal for this position.  It’s all about taking the customer experience to the next level, using data or information, and combining that with our marketing efforts.  It’s all about the customer for me – without them, there would be no sales, no marketing, not even our company, for that matter.”   Ryan brings passion and vigor to the job.

About Cabinet Wholesalers:  Cabinet Wholesalers specializes in helping customers achieve their dreams for their homes in two of the most important areas:  kitchens and bathrooms.  Cabinet Wholesalers can do any size job, from just supplying the cabinets to doing a complete remodel of any room in the house.  They pride themselves on being the “best darn cabinet company in Southern California”.   Call them at 714-693-1111.  Visit their website at  Or stop by their beautiful showroom at 4510 E. La Palma Avenue, Anaheim Hills, CA 92807. 

Media Contacts:

Company Name: Cabinet Wholesalers
Full Name: Mark Adams
Phone: 714-267-9901
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