Birmingham, Ala. – Motion, a distributor of maintenance, repair, and operation replacement parts, and a provider of industrial technology solutions, announced seven recent promotions to key field management positions. Each brings a depth of experience and achievement to further position Motion for success.
Logan Carden was named Nashville Division vice-president and will be responsible for overseeing the sales growth initiatives of 20 branches located in parts of Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi and Alabama. He will report to Chris Pacer, vice-president group executive – Central.
Bill Carroll was promoted to vice-president of the new Philadelphia Division. He will be responsible for overseeing 13 branches’ sales and guiding their market growth, and will report to Phil Donnelly, vice-president group executive – East.
Tami DeWeese will assume leadership of the Pacific Northwest Division as its vice-president. DeWeese will oversee the sales growth, strategy and operations of 19 branch and shop locations. She will report to Jeremy Barton, vice-president group executive – West.
Dan Pike was promoted to St. Louis Division vice-president and will be responsible for the sales growth and strategic management of 17 branch operations throughout Missouri and Arkansas. He will report to Austin Amos, senior vice-president group executive – Midwest.
Dave Purvis was named midwest group area vice-president, replacing Dan Pike in that role. He will report to Austin Amos, senior vice-president group executive – Midwest.
Steve Kammeyer was named area vice president for corporate accounts, West Group. In his new position, he will directly engage with field personnel and leadership in creating and developing internal and external sales-driven initiatives, with a focus on corporate account customers. Kammeyer will report to and work closely with Jeremy Barton, vice-president group executive – West.
Lisa Solomon was promoted to area vice-president for corporate accounts, Central Group. She will be responsible for enhancing existing national account relationships and driving new opportunities for growth throughout the various industry segments within the geographic area. She will report to Chris Pacer, vice-president group executive – Central.
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