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LBX Adds District Managers to Staff

Sat June 17, 2006 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


LBX Company, the makers of Link-Belt earthmoving, forestry and material handling equipment, has added several new employees.

Corey Rogers, sales training manager, is responsible for the development, maintenance, and presentation of product sales training materials to LBX’s North American dealer network, as well as serving in a support role in assisting with tradeshows and events.

Rogers previously served LBX as the Latin American representative, and returns to the company with an added depth of sales knowledge and experience.

Richard (Rich) Desmond has been appointed district manager for select LBX Link-Belt dealers in Ohio, Michigan and Ontario.

He is responsible for working with his dealers to increase retail sales and market share in that region.

Desmond has a solid background in the construction equipment industry, with more than 10 years of sales management experience with Mustang and Bobcat.

Todd Green has been appointed district manager for the LBX Link-Belt dealers in Texas.

As a district manager, he is responsible for working with his dealers to increase retail sales and market share in that region.

Green has a solid background in sales, both as a territory manager and also at the retail level. He has a total of more than 10 years experience in equipment sales.

For more information, visit www.lbxco.com




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