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Hardesty becomes Demco territory manager

Hardesty becomes Demco territory manager

BOYDEN, Iowa — Demco, a manufacturer of trailer components and RV towing products, announced today the addition of Scott Hardesty to its sales team as a territory manager for the southwestern United States covering southern California, Arizona, New Mexico and western Texas.

Hardesty brings a wealth of RV knowledge and relationships to this newly created position as a former territory manager for SMI Braking Systems and 17 years as parts and service director at Myers RV in Albuquerque, N.M., the release explained.

“We are thrilled to have Scott join our team,” said Doug Northcutt, sales manager for Demco’s RV and Trailer Components. “Scott comes to us with a terrific network of dealer relationships and RV dealership experience. Scott will be an asset to Demco and to the trailer customers and RV dealers that he will be calling on and assisting.”

“I am very excited to join Demco, one of the industry’s top manufacturers known for making quality products and for their exceptional customer service,” said Hardesty. “After working for so many years on the retail side of the business these attributes are very important to me.”

Demco, based in Boyden, Iowa, serves the trailer component, RV, rental and agricultural markets.

For more information visit www.demco-products.com or call 800.543.3626.

SOURCE: Demco press release

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