National Office has changesAugust 30, 2013
From local sources
JASPER — National Office Furniture has appointed new leaders within its selling organization.
National’s sales organization comprises six divisions, mainly throughout the United States and Canada. National promoted current division managers Michael Roch and Kevin Taney to director of sales-west and director of sales-east, respectively. Each director of sales will lead three divisions.
National will maintain its six division alignment and announces a new South Central Division manager, Randy Rowe, and the transition of Danny Stingley to the role of West Central Division manager.
Roch started with National in 2005 as district manager in Chicago and was promoted to division manager in 2010. He will have overall responsibility for sales in the western half of the United States including the West Central, South Central and West divisions as well as Canada.
Taney started with National in 2001 as district manager in the Washington D.C./Baltimore area. He will have overall responsibility for sales in the eastern half of the United States including the North, East Central and South divisions, including the Caribbean, Mexico and South America.
Stingley, formerly South Central Division manager, now has responsibility for sales in Canada and the West Central Division, including Colorado, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin and Illinois. The Kansas territory will move from the South Central to West Central Division. Stingley started his career with National in 1999 as a district manager.
Rowe started with National in 2007 as government sales manager for the South Central Division.
According to the company, he has set himself apart by developing strong state and federal government relationships throughout the division. He will have overall responsibility for sales in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.
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