Clark Wire Adds Kearns and Gasienica in Sales

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Clark Wire & Cable has added Tim Kearns and Martin Gasienica to its sales team.

Tim Kearns has been appointed to the newly created position of western regional sales manager. As the sales manager for the western region of Clark's domestic sales, Kearns will be responsible for customer development and the specification of Clark brand cables and value added products.

With more than 20 years of experience, Kearns previously served as the regional sales manager and special projects manager at Camplex Systems. Past experiences also include technical sales and marketing and the development and holding of several US patents within the commercial and consumer electronics markets.

Martin Gasienica has been hired for the position of eastern regional account manager. With more than 15 years of experience in broadcast and commercial AV interconnect technology, Gasienica previously held the position of eastern regional inside sales at Gepco International. Gasienica holds a BFA in audio and communications from Columbia College Chicago.

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