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Foley Inc. Announces Changes, New Hires to Machinery Sales Department

Fri June 23, 2006 - Northeast Edition
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Tom Alfano, general line sales manager, has announced several changes and new hires to the general line machine sales team of Foley Incorporated.

The changes in positions and responsibilities are as follows:

• Marty Kuhl is general line equipment and Foley Rents consultant in Sussex and Warren counties.

Kuhl began his career at Foley Incorporated in 1968 as a trainee in the machinery shop. He gained experience as a road mechanic and a product support sales representative (PSSR) before joining the machinery sales team.

• Pat Togno is general line equipment consultant in Passaic and Morris counties.

Togno joined Foley in June of 2005, with 15 years of machinery sales experience in the industry.

• Doug Rebeles is general line equipment consultant in Hunterdon and Somerset counties.

As in-house salesperson, Rebeles helped to follow-up on customer requests and introduced new walk-in customers to Foley. In his new position, he will work to raise awareness of Foley’s products and services in his territory.

• Jim Trombetta is general line equipment consultant in Essex and Union counties.

Trombetta comes to Foley with many years of experience in the construction equipment industry. He began his career at Weldon Materials where he worked for three and a half years, and then later he was territory account manager at a large equipment dealership.

• Justin Gallagher is in-house salesperson.

Prior to joining Foley Inc., Gallagher had careers at Sterns Federated and Chelsea Piers LLC.

His key role as in-house salesperson will be to make walk-in customers feel welcome while providing them with any assistance they need, and to support outside salesmen in meeting their customers’ needs.

“These changes and improvements are needed to provide better coverage and assistance to all our current and future Foley CAT customers,” said Alfano.

Since 2000, Foley Inc. has more than doubled the number of machinery salesmen in the territory increasing the group from six to 14 representatives. These new changes in the territories will help support existing and new emerging customers in all facets and industries that Foley serves including rents, sales, on-highway, and construction maintenance, according to the company.