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JCB of Florida and Georgia Taps Two Account Managers

Fri September 17, 2010 - Southeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

JCB of Florida and Georgia has appointed two JCB dedicated account managers in the Tampa and Orlando markets.

Todd Norris has been named account manager of the Tampa market. He will be responsible for the counties of Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Polk and Sumter. Norris previously worked as an account manager of JCB of Florida and South Georgia’s industrial division, Yale Lift Trucks. He also has sales experience with equipment manufacturer Atlas Copco Compressors.

Frank Liscio has been appointed account manager of the Orlando market for the counties of Brevard, Lake, Marion, Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Volusia. Liscio has prior experience as a Territory Sales Representative for a wireless company and a uniform service.

Both Norris and Liscio will report to Alex MacKinnon, vice president and general manager of JCB of Florida and South Georgia.

“As a new JCB dealer, we want to show our customers that we are committed to this product line and to this market,” said MacKinnon. “For 30 years, we have been dedicated to doing the right thing by our customers. We hire team members who are committed to this same philosophy.”

“We are working to build trust within the market one customer at a time.”

About JCB of Fla. and Ga.

Since 1980, Yale Lift Trucks of Florida & Georgia has provided parts, service, sales, and rental of material handling equipment and has been recognized as a dealer of excellence for 14 years. In 2010, Yale Lift Trucks of Florida and Georgia created a new division, JCB of Florida and Georgia, to expand its offering and provide the same outstanding level of service to their construction equipment customers.

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