American Woodmark Corporation (AWC) (NASDAQ: AMWD), a leading supplier of cabinetry to the new home construction and remodeling industries, announced today that Perry Campbell has been promoted to vice president, quality. In this position, Campbell is responsible for the Company’s entire quality function, including the Corporate Quality Organization. Campbell reports directly to Tom Alkire, vice president, product development and quality.

“We are extremely excited to welcome Perry to the Quality Team,” said Alkire. “We look forward to the contributions he will make while reinforcing American Woodmark’s commitment to providing customers with a total quality experience.”

Established in May 2005, the Corporate Quality Organization ensures customer satisfaction in every aspect of interaction and business with AWC. The company-wide, comprehensive initiative encompasses quality in all of AWC’s services and processes, including manufacturing, product performance, sales and marketing efforts and customer service.

Campbell joined American Woodmark in June 2004 as plant manager of the Allegany, Md. assembly facility. He was directly involved in the plant’s construction and opening efforts and continues to work with the plant to smoothly transition to a new plant manager. Prior to joining American Woodmark, Campbell served one year as vice president, operations, for Bea Maurer in Fairfield, Va. Previously, he worked with Alcoa (Reynold’s Metals) for 13 years in positions of increasing scope and responsibility, from industrial engineer to plant manager. Campbell earned a Bachelor of Science (Honors) degree in industrial engineering from Virginia Tech.

About American Woodmark Corporation

American Woodmark Corporation, located in Winchester, Va., is the third largest manufacturer of kitchen and bath cabinets in the United States. Offering more than 230 cabinet lines in a wide variety of designs, materials and finishes, American Woodmark products are sold through a network of dealers and distributors and directly to home centers and major homebuilders. The Company currently operates 15 manufacturing facilities in Arizona, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia, as well as various service centers across the country. American Woodmark shares are traded on the NASDAQ National Market under the symbol “AMWD.” To find out more about American Woodmark, and view its vast array of cabinet styles, visit its Web site at