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Kirby-Smith Machinery Promotes Chuck Riddle to Governmental Sales Manager

Mon August 12, 2019 - National Edition
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Chuck Riddle
Chuck Riddle

Kirby-Smith Machinery Inc. announced the promotion of Chuck Riddle to Governmental Sales Manager. Riddle had previously served as Governmental Sales Manager of Oklahoma. With this expanded role, he will now oversee all governmental sales activities for the company's 11 locations throughout Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and Missouri.

"In the time since Chuck joined Kirby-Smith Machinery, I have been impressed by his expertise, integrity, and leadership," said Vice President of Sales Del Keffer. "His exemplary performance leading our governmental sales team in Oklahoma, along with his efforts to ensure we are a connected and active participant with all associations that support leadership and events related to statewide municipalities, has resulted in a substantial increase in governmental market activity for Kirby-Smith. The impact he and his team have made in Oklahoma warrants our trust as a company to expand Chuck's role to all governmental sales activity for Kirby-Smith."

Riddle has been in the heavy construction machinery sales industry for 20 years, covering most of Oklahoma. He joined Kirby-Smith Machinery as a Governmental Sales Representative in 2017.

"Having been in this industry awhile, I know how fortunate I am to already have such a strong governmental sales team in place here at Kirby-Smith," said Riddle. "I look forward to the challenge of leading this talented group as we continue to provide governmental entities throughout our territory with industry-leading machines and exceptional service."

For more information about Kirby-Smith Machinery, call 888/861-0219 or visit

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