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BTX Adds to Sales Force in Middle Atlantic and Southeast
Hawthorne, NY - Aug 2, 2012 - BTX Technologies is expanding its sales force coverage in the United States. The expansion will be led in the Southeast by Regional Sales Manager Chris Mehalso, CTS, and in the Middle Atlantic area by Regional Sales Manager George Hahalis.
Mehalso's sales territory will expand from Florida and Georgia to include South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Mehalso has 15 years of technical sales experience in a range ofaudio, video and data products. His expertise in A/V and broadcast, along with an extensive knowledge of media integration, enables integrators to transition seamlessly into the use of new, technologically advanced products.
Hahalis' sales region is expanding from Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia to include Ohio, West Virginia, and North Carolina. Before joining BTX in 2006, Hahalis worked as a projectmanager for an integration company and for the U.S. Naval Academy. His responsibilities at the U.S. Naval Academy included overseeing broadcast distribution throughout the campus as well as classroom integration.
Hahalis is based in Lititz, PA. Mehalso is based in Tampa, FL.
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