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Beaver Named Sales Manager for Cyclonaire's New Components Line (posted 7/19/07)

July 19, 2007
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Cyclonaire Corp. recently named Mike Beaver to the new position of components sales manager. He will facilitate the formal introduction of the company’s components line later this year. Beaver has more than 10 years of experience in distribution sales, marketing and management. He previously worked in marketing at Sysco Corp., where he earned a distinguished corporate Chairman Club award for recognition of high sales achievement. Prior to that, Beaver separately served with both the U.S. Army and U.S. Coast Guard, and attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Kearney State College.

Cyclonaire’s new Components division will bridge the company’s Parts and Systems divisions, while making the extensive product line more accessible for customers. The Components division will consist of most of Cyclonaire’s current product catalog, including the pieces, or components, that comprise total pneumatic conveying systems. While some customers purchase complete, multi-tiered, custom-engineered systems to outfit their facilities, other customers may need only individual components. By separating the marketing and sales training of each division, customers can easily select their options.

For more information, call (800) 445-0730 or (402) 362-2000, e-mail sales@cyclonaire.com, or visit www.cyclonaire.com.


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