September 20, 2010, 12:39 PM

Douglas Co. Appoints a Vice President of Sales

Doug Adolphson worked for Russ Berrie and Co., Gund, Crazy Mountain and Manual Woodworkers and Weavers.

KEENE, NH   September 2010   New Hampshire–based Douglas Company, known for their plush toys with big personalities, as well as, their fashion forward plush accessories and original home décor items, has recently announced the appointment of Doug Adolphson as Vice President of Sales.

Scott Clarke, the President of Douglas Company, made the announcement this week. In making the announcement, Clarke said, “We at Douglas are extremely proud to add someone of Doug’s caliber to our corporate family. In addition to the many years of experience in the plush and gift industry, we feel that the excitement he brings to the table is a perfect match to the old New England work ethic that our company so deeply believes in.”

Adolphson has more than 25 years of experience working in the plush and gift industry, having worked in sales and executive positions for companies like Russ Berrie and Company, Gund, Crazy Mountain and Manual Woodworkers and Weavers.

“I am just so happy to be joining Douglas, a company that for more than fifty years has stood steadfastly for quality, integrity, and service,” said Adolphson, Vice President of Sales at Douglas Company.

About Douglas Company

For more than 54 years, Douglas Company has been making fine quality stuffed animals, creating innovative designs and promoting imaginative play and emotional connection.  Unique gestures, endearing expressions and irresistible softness distinguish Douglas animals and bring them to life for children of all ages. For more information visit:

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