Boral Stone Names Bonilla as Area Sales Manager, Rocky Mountain Region

Words: Dan KamysBoral Stone Names Bonilla as Area Sales Manager, Rocky Mountain Region

Boral Stone Products LLC has appointed Emily Bonilla as Cultured Stone manufactured stone area sales manager for the Rocky Mountain region. As part of the Western Region of Boral Stone, Bonilla will spearhead the company’s sales efforts for the Cultured Stone manufactured stone veneer product in a territory covering the greater Denver market.

 
“We are pleased to have Emily Bonilla join us as Rocky Mountain Area Sales Manager,” says Dennis Merino, VP of sales with Boral Stone Products. “Her knowledge of the Cultured Stone product, combined with her experience in the greater Denver area will go a long way in helping grow our market share in this region.”
 
Bonilla previously worked as a Cultured Stone area sales manager when it was part of Owens Corning. Prior to joining Boral, Bonilla was a sales representative for Boise Cascade in the greater Denver market.
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