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ASA Electronics adds Patterson to team

ASA Electronics adds Patterson to team

ELKHART — ASA Electronics has recently hired Jake Patterson as an inside sales account representative for their Commercial Vehicle and Heavy Duty Divisions.

Patterson’s responsibilities will encompass continuing relationships with existing customers and assisting them in relevant projects.

Patterson comes to ASA Electronics with a degree in Organizational Leadership from Purdue University. His experience at a national fleet management company and being based in Elkhart, Ind., has given him the experience needed to have a clear understanding of the commercial industry and ASA Electronics’ clients, a release from the company stated.

“We found Jake to be a good fit due to his experience in the over-the-road and box truck delivery type vehicles and corporate leasing he was involved in at his previous employer,” Pat McCullough, vice president of sales at ASA Electronics said.

Patterson prides himself on his emphasis of listening to customers and hopes that learning as much about their companies as possible will help him address their needs. “What I enjoy most, so far, about my position is that I get to work with companies that seem to have a very positive outlook on ASA Electronics. Also, I get to talk with customers to figure out if ASA has any products they might not be aware of that would benefit them,” Patterson said.

SOURCE: ASA Electronics press release

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