Keith Campbell, the longtime Mannington Mills executive, will enter the World Floor Covering Association Hall of Fame.
Joining him in the posthumously is D. Christopher Davis, who became CEO of Western Floor Covering Association in 1994. Davis died in February 2012.
Campbell spent his entire career at Mannington Mills, which was founded by his great grandfather in 1915. He cut his teeth in the business at his family’s company working from the ground up in a wide variety of capacities. He joined Mannington’s board of directors in 1983, which paved his way to become chairman of the board 12 years later.
Today Mannington employs more than 2,400 people across the globe and in nine manufacturing plants across North America. Under Campbell’s leadership, Mannington has experienced its greatest era of corporate growth, including two successful acquisitions -- Burke Industries in 2008 and Amtico International in 2012.
In addition to his corporate duties, Campbell is extremely active in multiple industry organizations and initiatives designed to help the overall industry. He is currently associate director of the WFCA and serves on the Finance Committee -- a position he has held since 1996. Among other involvements, he serves on the board of directors for FCIF, an organization of which he is passionate about.