Middle Atlantic Adds Two Regional Sales Managers


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Fairfield, NJ - Oct 1, 2012 - Middle Atlantic Products has named Adam Gold as Midwest regional sales manager, and David Bromberg as Western regional sales manager. Gold's territory includes Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri for all market segments, and Bromberg's territory includes Southern California and Southern Nevada for all market segments and Arizona for residential, security and datacomm.

Gold has more than 20 years of experience in audio, video, control, automation and lighting for commercial and residential AV. Prior to joining Middle Atlantic, he worked with security start-up ACI Protection as a national sales manager and served as regional sales manager for Crestron, Bose and Mitsubishi after starting in AV retail sales.

Prior to Middle Atlantic, Bromberg was senior business development manager and senior account manager specializing in local and national government sales for Tessco and Commscope, as well as global government sales manager at The Siemon Company where he opened up the company's federal division. Bromberg's educational background includes an MBA from Pepperdine University's Graziado School of Business and Management and a BA from California State University, Long Beach.




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