Bandit Welcomes New Regional Sales Representatives

Wed June 20, 2007 - Midwest Edition
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In an effort to expand sales and service throughout the nation, Bandit Industries is excited to introduce its newest regional sales representatives: Northwest Regional Sales Representative Chad Huber, West Coast Regional Sales Representative Dick Edwards and Midwest Regional Sales Representative Gerad Himebaugh.

Huber has been with Bandit for 12 years. Upon graduating from Ferris State University with an engineering degree, he was hired in to Bandit’s hand-fed chipper drafting department. He transferred to the Beast recycler engineering department, and then to the service and warranty department. Since his move to the sales department as Northwest Regional Sales Representative, his new duties include dealer support for hand-fed chippers and stump grinders in the Northwest.

Edwards has worked in the chipper and grinder sales, service and parts industry for almost 30 years. Prior to joining the Bandit sales team, Edwards was involved in sales and dealer development in the east coast, west coast and Hawaii dealer networks. As the West Coast Regional Sales Representative, Edwards will be available to answer any questions or concerns that customers may have regarding Bandit’s entire product line, including hand-fed chippers, stump grinders, whole tree chippers and Beast waste reduction units.

Himebaugh has more than 12 years of sales experience. Prior to accepting his position as Midwest Regional Sales Representative for Bandit hand-fed chippers and stump grinders, Himebaugh was in charge of all open territory sales for Bandit stump grinders. His duties have been refined to the Midwest region to more effectively target customers and assist dealers in the area. Himebaugh now is available to assist Midwest regional dealers with hand-fed chipper and stump grinder sales.

Bandit Industries offers a wide range of equipment to serve the tree service and forestry markets, with high production chippers, stump grinders and waste reduction units.

For more information, visit www.banditchippers.com.