The Gilman Brothers Company is pleased to announce the recent hire of Rocky Schwalge, seasoned with years of business development strategy and retail graphics technical knowledge he has experience in customer service, sales, research and development, production, operations and management. Schwalge excels in identifying customer needs, providing solutions and is well equipped to open up new business opportunities for Gilman Brothers.
The Gilman Brothers Company is pleased to announce the recent hire of Rocky Schwalge, seasoned with years of business development strategy and retail graphics technical knowledge he has experience in customer service, sales, research and development, production, operations and management. Schwalge excels in identifying customer needs, providing solutions and is well equipped to open up new business opportunities for Gilman Brothers. His strategy is to consistently achieve sales goals by establishing excellent working relationships with team members, customers and distributors, all with the consumer perspective in mind, in order to increase sales and expand key client base.
Schwalge comes from Premier Press as Director of Wide Format where he evaluated service needs and product satisfaction levels with established customers. He developed new business opportunities by effectively communicating product lines and strategizing with his sales team to prospect and qualify potential customers. Prior to Premier Press he held the position of VP of Sales at Photocraft where he directed product development using his in-depth knowledge of the vendor landscape with industry insight and worked with the creative team to drive internal promotion of company programs and initiatives.
He will be based out of the Portland, Oregon and will focus specifically on developing business in the western region. “Our direction at Gilman Brothers is our commitment to customer specifications and consulting throughout the graphics industry and all levels of the supply chain. Rocky is a natural fit to deliver that value, from end-users and ad agencies to printers and distributors. There are exciting days ahead and more announcements soon to follow,” says Bill VanHorn, Director of Sales. You may contact Schwalge at 503-519-3667.Advertisement
For additional information on any Gilman Brothers products visit our website at www.gilmanbrothers.com, email us at [email protected] or call regular EST business hours 860-889-8444 USA or the new 24/7 hotline 860-884-2077.
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