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Terex Names Pratt Sales Manager

Thu October 17, 2013 - West Edition
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Terex Utilities has appointed Casey Pratt to the role of sales account manager, covering North Texas and Oklahoma.
Terex Utilities has appointed Casey Pratt to the role of sales account manager, covering North Texas and Oklahoma.

Terex Utilities has appointed Casey Pratt to the role of sales account manager, covering North Texas and Oklahoma. In his new sales territory, Pratt will sell all Terex Utilities products and services to a wide-range of customers, including investor-owned utilities, electric cooperatives, municipalities and utility contractors.

As a sales account manager, Pratt will focus on new customer opportunities, as well as working with existing customers to meet their specific equipment needs.

“I am pleased to welcome Casey to the sales team,” said Terex Utilities Regional Sales Manager Gary Rice. “With his background, Casey has the product knowledge and experience to help customers understand the different utility equipment options available from Terex and counsel them on matching the right equipment to the job.”

Prior to taking on the sales account manager role, Pratt held the role of marketing projects coordinator of Terex Utilities. He also has held several different positions within various Terex business segments.

Pratt will be based in the Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas, area and can be reached at casey.pratt@terex.com.

For more information, visit www.terexutilities.com.




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