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ERI Appoints Knotts as Central Region Account Manager for Radio Broadcast Systems
Chandler, IN - Jul 2, 2012 - Joe Meleski, director of domestic sales for ERI, has appointed Shawn Knotts as central region account manager for radio broadcast systems. Knotts is responsible for sales of ERI's RF and structural products to individual radio stations and radio group owners in the Central Region of the United States. Knotts' geographic area of responsibility will include Arkansas, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Ohio, Tennessee and Wisconsin.
Knotts graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering technology. Prior to joining ERI, he held project management and product engineering positions at TMI Mechanical Contractors, TRW Automotive Electronics, and Universal Tower. Most recently, Knotts held the senior project engineering manager position at ERI gaining extensive knowledge of ERI's RF and structural products.
Knotts will be located in Chandler, IN, and he can be contacted at 812-925-6000 x231 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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