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Dicor Corporation grows sales team

ELKHART, Ind. — Dicor Corporation, a division of Airxcel, has expanded the Vixen Composite sales team with the addition of Evan Sharpley as an account representative. Vixen Composites is a supplier of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) and a manufacturer of custom composite panels used in a variety of applications including recreation vehicles, marine products and transportation.

“Evan will be responsible for broadening our customer base at Vixen as well as developing new business opportunities while creating solutions to customer needs,” Anthony Wollschlager, president of Dicor Corporation and MCD said. “Evan has a proven record of facilitating long term relationships and his winning attitude, competitiveness and personality are real assets for Dicor.”

“Dicor is a great organization and I’m excited to be part of an innovative team focused on bringing value to OEM customers and end consumers. My entire career has been built on teamwork and I look forward to continuing that here at Dicor,” said Sharpley.

Wollschlager went on to say, “This is another step toward better serving our customers whether they be OEM customers or end users. With the addition of Evan, we can further execute our growth strategy.”

Sharpley is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and former professional baseball player with the Seattle Mariners.

For more information, visit www.airxcel.com.

SOURCE: Airxcel press release

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