DYMO appoints national sales manager

Feb. 10, 2005
Feb. 10, 2005 - Michael Clemens will be responsible for sales and marketing at key accounts.

DYMO Industrial has announced that Michael Clemens has joined its growing team as the national sales manager.

In this role, Clemens will be responsible for sales and marketing at key accounts.

"I'm excited by the potential of this new business at DYMO," says Clemens. "The RhinoPRO range of label printers have tapped into an underserved market and I'm looking forward to building relationships that can drive incremental sales for DYMO and distributors within this profitable category."

"DYMO Industrial is committed to building a world class organization and we recognize that our team members are the heart and soul of our business," says Ernie Racenet, global director of DYMO's Industrial Business Unit. "We're creating a market driven organization and Mike's experience as an insightful marketer within the data communications market combined with savy sales skills makes him the perfect fit for our business and a valuable asset to our distribution partners."

Distributors interested in selling or learning more about the RhinoPRO can call Clemons directly at 203-232-3697.

DYMO is based in Stamford, CT. For more information visit www.dymo.com/industrial.

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