Paladin appoints Peter LaFosse as territory manager
Paladin Construction Group has appointed Peter LaFosse as a territory manager, a position that will cover most of the Northeast United States.
LaFosse will be part of Paladin’s efforts toward the strategic growth of sales initiatives as well as providing support for dealers, including educating them on the Back 2 Work program designed to help contractors easily locate the right dealer and attachments for their needs.
He will also encourage dealers to take advantage of the Contractor Rebate worth up to $500.00.
LaFosse has 23 years of experience in the construction equipment and attachment business, most recently working at CN Wood as remarketing and utility sales manager. He also has extensive experience in heavy construction equipment sales having served in various sales and management positions at Nortrax Equipment, Woods Equipment, and Southworth Milton. He will work directly with customers in Paladin’s northeast territory of the United States, which includes: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, eastern New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Virginia.
“Pete’s been on-site with contractors and has a history of finding solutions for their specific attachment needs,” commented Dave Crummy, vice president dealer sales. “Customers look for reliability and durability in their attachments, so his experience meshes well with Paladin and its eight Brand companies’ extensive product lines.”
Pete can be reached at 603-289-9815 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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