Visstun, Digispec and Counterpoint Announce New Hires
Visstun, Digispec and Counterpoint, Las Vegas, recently announced the hiring of Seth Everard, Dan McQuarrie and Tracy Derx as sales counselors. Everard joins Visstun and Digispec, while McQuarrie and Derx have joined the Counterpoint team. In their new roles, they will be responsible for educating distributors on the brands' products, how to sell them, who to sell to and how they are used.
Prior to joining the team, Everard spent six years in the signage industry working for two different companies, including Alliance Sign Company where he served as director. His experience also includes the automotive, garden and pet industries. McQuarrie brings more than 35 years of sales experience to CounterPoint and spent the bulk of his career in managerial positions with companies including ACE Hardware. Derx spent 22 years in the food service industry before joining CounterPoint, and served as general manager of the second-best steakhouse in Wyoming.
"We're thrilled to have all three in the Visstun, Digispec and Counterpoint family," said Jennifer LeBarron, director of operations. "Their unique skills and past experience fit directly into some of the same industries where our brands' products our found."
The companies also announced the addition of Mike Doria as its newest marketing manager. In his past roles, Doria served as public relations and marketing manager for two firearms companies and as public relations and social media specialist for the Mob Museum in downtown Las Vegas. He spent 11 years as a TV news reporter and is currently a freelance reporter for national celebrity magazine Us Weekly. As part of his new role, he will assist in the marketing and public relations for Visstun, Digispec, & CounterPoint.
"We're excited to have Mike on our team," said Lebarron. "With his many years [in] journalism, public relations and marketing, he will be a valuable asset."