Graybar names new VP of Comm/Data and CIG sales

Jan. 31, 2022
Richard S. King has been named Vice President - Comm/Data & Commercial, Institutional and Government (CIG) Sales for Graybar.

Graybar announced that Richard S. King has been named the distributor's Vice President - Comm/Data & Commercial, Institutional and Government (CIG) Sales, effective February 1, 2022.

King currently serves as Director Comm/Data Sales for Graybar’s New York and Boston districts, a position he has held for the past 15 years.

He joined Graybar in 1992 and advanced through roles in sales, strategic accounts and branch management.

King holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Long Island University (LIU Post) and an MBA in Management from Iona College.

“We congratulate Rich on his promotion,” said Graybar’s Senior Vice President - Sales David G. Maxwell. “Over the course of his 29-year Graybar career, Rich has earned a reputation as an effective leader who focuses on our customers and achieves positive results. I look forward to working with him to accelerate our growth and develop innovative solutions for our comm/data and CIG customers.”

Graybar, a Fortune 500 corporation and one of the largest employee-owned companies in North America, is a specialist in the distribution of electrical, communications and data networking products and related supply chain management and logistics services.

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