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Stafford Names Three to New Management Team

Fri July 23, 2010 - Southeast Edition
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Tim Tomberlin has been promoted to vice president/construction sales manager.
Tim Tomberlin has been promoted to vice president/construction sales manager.
Tim Tomberlin has been promoted to vice president/construction sales manager. Lonnie Ray has been promoted to vice president/agricultural sales manager. Ken Vance has come on board as vice president/product support.

Tim Tomberlin has been promoted to vice president/construction sales manager, Ken Vance has come on board as vice president/product support and Lonnie Ray has been promoted to vice president/agricultural sales manager of Stafford. Kevin Belflower, president and CEO, stated, “We’re very happy to have these gentlemen as our management team and are confident that their efforts will contribute greatly to Stafford’s future growth and market potential.”

Tomberlin has been with Stafford for nine years and has worked in sales and as branch manager. He has more than 20 years of experience in the equipment industry and has spent his entire career in the southeast.

Prior to coming to work for Stafford, Vance enjoyed a career in all aspects of equipment. Vance brings nearly 40 years of experience to Stafford. His background encompasses all aspects of the equipment industry; from technician to service manager to branch manager to sales manager then to VP/sales and marketing.

Ray has been with Stafford for nearly 30 years. His contribution to the success of Stafford’s agricultural business has resulted in substantial market share growth, according to Stafford.




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