HPC GLOBAL ADDS MULTI-LINE REPS
The company has hired eight sales groups across the U.S. to support its aggressive growth initiatives.
HANOVER, PENNSYLVANIA (January 23, 2013) – To assist and support the company’s aggressive growth plans, HPC Global has added eight multi-line representative groups throughout the U.S. They are:
- West: Steve Alegria and Nowell Wisch, MAS, of Discovery Bay, California-based Awesome Lines!
- Midwest: David Hunzelman of Pine Island, Minnesota-based DMH Marketing and Deborah Mann, CAS of Chicago, Illinois-based DMannding Results
- Southwest: Dan Pauley of Grapevine, Texas-based Pauley Marketing
- New England: Lee Coscia, Stephen Monahan and Thomas Monahan of Bridgeport, Connecticut-based Themco LLC
- MidAtlantic: Walter Brzyski, Christi Davis and Erin Kidd of Lincroft, New Jersey-based Team Walter B
- Southeast: Mark Heidmann and Karin Otterstrom of Sarasota, Florida-based Southeast Marketing
“HPC Global is growing, and we wanted a highly experienced team of multi-line sales professionals to support the needs of our distributor customers,” said Michael A. Kogutt, MAS, vice president of sales of HPC Global. “We hand-picked this select group because many of them have both distributor and supplier backgrounds in addition to their multi-line rep experience. This unique perspective allows our reps to better understand and assist distributors in their day-to-day sales efforts. Having this great team of sales pros on board with HPC Global is a real asset our customers—one that will make working with us better than ever.”
About HPC Global:
HPC Global (formerly Hanover Pen Corporation) manufacturers a complete line of promotional products including USA-made and imported writing instruments as well as business, desk and tech accessories. Additionally, HPC offers a highly effective USA-made hand sanitizercollection, a selection of other health and beauty items, and Utz® brand food gift items.
Based in Hanover, Pennsylvania, the company’s heritage dates back to 1913 when it began business as the Hanover Centershaft Company, which was founded by Ralph Hoke. The principal product at that time was the “wooden penholder.” This general writing instrument of the day was used along with the felt paper blotter—both of which were widely used with advertising imprints. Much has changed in the last century, as today the company’s USA-made pens are assembled and printed more than 50,000 units per eight-hour shift.
A long-time industry supporter, HPC is a charter member of Specialty Advertising Association (SAA), the predecessor of Promotional Products Association International (PPAI), as well as the Writing Instruments Manufacturers Association Inc. (WIMA).
For more information, visit www.hpcglobal.com.
Lisa Horn, CAS