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Wyatt Seating welcomes Corey Smith
as Business Development Manager

Morgantown, PA – November 28, 2022 – Wyatt Seating is proud to welcome our newest team member Corey Smith. Corey’s role as a Business Development Manager will be researching, planning, and implementing new target market initiatives within our sales and marketing team.

A resident of Phoenixville, PA (originally from Washington, NJ); he holds a Bachelor in Food Marketing from Saint Joseph’s University’s Haub School of Business graduating in the Spring of 2021.  Prior to joining Wyatt Seating, Corey worked as a Category Analyst for a large food products company.

When he’s not at the office he enjoys traveling cross-country with his family in their motorhome. He also loves to golf in the summer and snowboard in the winter.

“I am eager to join Wyatt Seating and develop great relationships with everyone at the company! I want to share that I am extremely approachable and love to get to know people.”

We are proud to have Corey on our team.  Welcome to Wyatt Seating!


I believe that life is an adventure. I believe that for the bold and the willing, there is inspiration waiting around every corner. I believe that a week in the office is best followed up by an unforgettable weekend. And for a long time, I believed that the office could be just as memorable if only someone would start an office furniture company with that same sense of energy and adventure. So I did.
Wyatt Seating was founded on the basis of living life to the fullest, even when you’re working, and we’ve spent years trying to create products that enable that. My adventures have taken me around the world, unlocked countless opportunities (some better than others), and have, in one way or another, inspired all the products you see here. We’ve specially designed our chairs to be as stylish, ergonomic, and customizable as possible while keeping prices low enough to accommodate your life outside the office.
I truly believe we don’t have to sacrifice the adventures life has to offer because we work in an office for 4, 5, however many days a week. Yes, work is what we do, but it is not who we are. Whatever your thing is, traveling, cooking, writing – I hope our chairs inspire you to work hard while sitting in them and remind you to enjoy the time when you’re not. There’s an inner Wyatt in all of us. Come find yours.
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