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Sennheiser Appoints Three in Product/Sales Roles
Old Lyme, CT - September 21, 2010 - Sennheiser has appointed Kevin Waehner to product specialist, professional systems; Jack Ewer to area sales manager, professional systems and Adam Irby to area sales manager, retail.
Waehner reports to Robb Blumenreder, channel manager, professional systems and holds product marketing responsibility across a range of products, including Sennheiser's 2000 series, 3000 and 5000 wireless series, and MKE and MKH series microphones. Waehner, holds a bachelor of arts in marketing/psychology from Bucknell University and an MBA from UCLA - Anderson School of Management. He was formerly employed by companies including Sam Ash, Marakon Associates and Gold Circle Films.
Ewer focuses on professional systems and integration accounts and covers sales areas including Northern California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Alaska. Ewer, who holds a bachelor of arts in communications, was previously national account manager for Shure.
Prior Irby's current appointment, he worked for companies including Panasonic and Sears Holdings, where he was national training manager for the Home Electronics Division. His territory includes Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri, where he focuses on Sennheiser's retail, audiology, music industry and telecom sales channels. In addition, he oversees business development for the central region of the United States. Irby was previously an account manager for Panasonic North America.
The appointments of Waehner, Ewer and Irby follow a restructuring of Sennheiser's sales and product marketing organization that began in December of 2009, which focused on its three primary business segments: retail, professional audio and systems integration.
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