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Stringer to manage LCI’s west central sales team

Stringer to manage LCI’s west central sales team

ELKHART — Lippert Components today announced that James Stringer has been named regional sales manager for the west central territory to support LCI’s aftermarket business.

Stringer comes to LCI with years of RV and outdoor power equipment aftermarket experience, most previously as territory sales representative for Black & Decker, Meyer Distributing, and Coast Distribution.

James Stringer

“We are excited to have James on our team. His industry experience and customer relationships in the Rocky Mountain states will be a valuable asset to our aftermarket sales initiatives,” said Stephan Lussier, LCI’s managing director of aftermarket sales. “Our mission at LCI is to create great customer and employee relationships at all levels, and James will fulfill this need in the west central region of the United States.”

In his position, Stringer will cover Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, and New Mexico.

“The excitement and enthusiasm of the entire LCI team is the main reason I looked to join the LCI family,” said Stringer. “Coupling that with the company’s desire to be the best in manufacturing, aftermarket products, training and customer service makes me extremely excited about the direction in which LCI is going.”

Stringer will be replacing Scott Laidlaw, who now services California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, and Nevada in his regional sales manager position.

Stringer can be reached at 303.588.5099 or by email at jstringer@lci1.com.

SOURCE: Lippert Components press release

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