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J&J Truck Bodies Announces Corey Sechler as Sales Manager

Sechler will be responsible for the direction and oversight of the J&J sales department in both commercial and municipal sales, expanding the customer base, and developing national accounts.

Wed December 23, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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Corey Sechler will be responsible for the direction and oversight of the J&J sales department in both commercial and municipal sales, expanding the customer base, and developing national accounts.
Corey Sechler will be responsible for the direction and oversight of the J&J sales department in both commercial and municipal sales, expanding the customer base, and developing national accounts.

J&J Truck Bodies & Trailers, a manufacturer of dump bodies, trailers, oil and gas equipment, and custom transportation solutions, announced the appointment of Corey Sechler as national sales manager. In this capacity, Sechler will be responsible for the direction and oversight of the J&J sales department in both commercial and municipal sales, expanding the customer base, and developing national accounts.

Before joining J&J Truck Bodies & Trailers, Sechler was the business development manager at Roll Forming Corporation. Prior to that, he served in various capacities for Deist Industries, a manufacturer and distributor of truck bodies and truck equipment.

"We are excited that Corey is joining our team and confident that his experience, skill set, and drive will provide value to our customers and our organization," said Michael Riggs, senior vice president of the company.

For more information, call 814/444-3452 or visit www.jjbodies.com.




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