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Arrow hires new outside sales representative

(Dec. 14, 2015) -- Arrow Distributing announced today it hired a new outside sales representative, Ryan Laughlin, to serve Oklahoma City and Arkansas branches.

OMAHA — Arrow Distributing announced today it hired a new outside sales representative, Ryan Laughlin, to serve Oklahoma City and Arkansas branches.

Laughlin comes to Arrow with prior dealership experience as a parts manager.

Ryan Laughlin

“He is working hard to introduce himself to all of his dealers, let them know they have a key outside representative, and see what Arrow can do to help their parts and accessories business,” said Andy Mullin, vice president of sales. “Ryan’s primary goals for the upcoming year focus largely on helping dealers maximize their profit margin through proven systems. His territory includes Oklahoma, Arkansas and Northern Texas.”

With Arrow’s upcoming 2016 Exhibitor’s Showcase in Las Vegas right around the corner, Laughlin said he is looking forward to having many of his key dealers together in one place where he can work with them to find the best show buys.

He will be supported by other key members from the Oklahoma Branch and the Arkansas Branch so that all dealers get the attention they need, the release noted.

“The fall and winter months are the perfect time to help dealers reorganize their parts stores to include back tagging and full store-sets,” said Laughlin. “It’s also a great time of year to plan specials for the upcoming season.”

For more information about attending the 2016 Exhibitor’s Showcase in Las Vegas or to speak with Ryan Laughlin, he can be reached by calling 405.812.1160 or e-mail ryan_laughlin@arrowdist.com.

SOURCE: Arrow Distributing press release

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