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Mevotech Appoints Eric Schillinger Sales Director, East Coast


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Mevotech announced the appointment of Eric Schillinger as its sales director, East Coast, US.

Dedicated to training and selling Mevotech’s products to current and prospective accounts, Schillinger will serve as a key member of Mevotech’s Business Development team. With more than 12 years of experience in retail sales management, Schillinger brings his knowledge from outside the industry to the team.

“We are delighted to have Eric join the US sales team,” said Russ Eggert, vice president, US Sales of Mevotech. “He has a proven track record driving business with his tremendous focus on relationship management and customer experience.”

Prior to joining Mevotech, Schillinger was the vice president of member engagement at MTC Federal Credit Union.

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