Las Vegas-based suppliers Visstun, Digispec and CounterPoint announced the hiring of Sharon Kennedy as trade show coordinator. In this role, she will assist in trade show and travel activities for the three suppliers.
Sean Tidwell, formerly sales counselor, has been promoted to sales manager for Las Vegas-based Visstun and Digispec.
Visstun and Digispec recently announced the addition of Bryan Walensky and James Boyd as sales counselors.
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Visstun and Digispec recently hired Isaac Roberts as its newest team member. Working as a sales counselor, Roberts will strengthen the relationships with his distributor base as well as offer an excellent quality of customer service to clients and help them with selecting the perfect product to fit their needs.
Visstun and Digispec announced the return of Lindsay Conti as one of its experienced sales counselors. In this position, she will be responsible for cultivating and servicing new and ongoing accounts, building relationships with her client base of distributors and assisting in making the best product selections to meet the needs of her customers.
Visstun, Digispec and CounterPoint recently hired Grace LeDonneRoy to fill the role of customer care representative. As part of her new position, she will offer support to her Visstun, Digispec and CounterPoint sales colleagues as well as work to enhance the customer-vendor experience.
The Visstun, Digispec and CounterPoint family recently hired Irene Pahang as its new marketing coordinator.
"We're excited to have Irene on our team," said Paula Piano, director of sales and marketing. "She has a great personality and her travel experiences will serve her well in her new position."
Pahang was born and raised in Alaska and moved to Las Vegas to pursue a bachelor's of science degree in business administration with an emphasis in marketing from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. As part of her new position, Pahang will coordinate and execute all sales-related off-site visits and tradeshows as well as research, plan, and book any additional travel opportunities that will increase customer relations.
About Visstun, Digispec and CounterPoint:
Visstun, Digispec, and CounterPoint are all part of a family of companies founded by Ed Hamilton, producing American-manufactured products in the Las Vegas headquarters. For more information visit www.visstun.com, www.digispec.com or www.doyoupop.com.
CounterPoint, Las Vegas, announced the hire of Kate Kelley as the CounterPoint brand manager. Kelley has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and has been a published writer for nine years.