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Foley Inc.’s Fire Apparatus Division Welcomes New Account Representatives

Fri July 15, 2011 - Northeast Edition
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Lou Warnet (L) joins Rob Zelehoski representing Foley’s Fire Apparatus Division.
Lou Warnet (L) joins Rob Zelehoski representing Foley’s Fire Apparatus Division.

Michael Kubas, vice president of Foley Power Systems has announced that Foley Incorporated has recently hired new account representatives for its Foley Fire Apparatus Division. Lou Warnet will join Rob Zelehoski, a Seagrave representative, to manage Seagrave customer accounts within Foley’s territory, which includes all of New Jersey and the following nine counties in Pennsylvania: Pike, Monroe, Northhampton, Lehigh, Bucks, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware and Chester.

Warnet, who will work during evening hours Monday through Friday, as well as weekends, will be covering the New Jersey counties of Sussex, Passaic, Bergen, Hudson and Essex. Warnet comes to Foley, Inc. with 15 years of experience selling Seagrave products, as well as multiple years of hands-on firefighting experience.

Bill Connolly, Foley Fire Apparatus sales manager, commented, “Lou is one of the most dedicated Seagrave people I have met. I admire his passion and commitment to the Seagrave product line and our customers. No one will work harder to make sure our customers get exactly what they need.”

Zelehoski, who has been a member of the East Brunswick Independent Fire Co. for 20 years, has held all line officer positions, including chief in 2009 and 2010. Having served the fire service industry since 1996, Zelehoski began his career at Campbell Supply, where he worked until he was hired by Seagrave in 2001. Zelehoski will be covering the remaining New Jersey counties, as well as all nine counties in Pennsylvania listed above.

“Since Rob joined the Foley Fire Apparatus team, he has already made significant progress establishing positive relationships with current Seagrave owners,” stated Connolly. “When it comes to specing out a rig to meet your every need and working tirelessly to exceed your expectations, they don’t come much better then Rob.”