WWBeds Custom Furniture, a family-owned furniture manufacturer in North Little Rock, Ark., appointed Chris Davis as president, succeeding his father and company founder, Gary Davis.
Chris Davis has been involved in woodworking most of his life. He has worked at the family business since high school in 1990 and been involved in all aspects of the business from accounting, to website management and sales, to sweeping floors. Currently, along with other managerial duties, Davis has been focusing on increased production, quality and craftsmanship in the wood shop by refining the building process of all products sold.
Davis holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Central Arkansas, and has also completed an Aircraft Modification and Installation course from Pulaski Technical College and an Interior Design course from the Chandler, Ark., School of Interior Decorating.
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