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RTW Appoints Spahr U.S. Director of Sales and Operations
Lancaster, PA - Mar 25, 2013 - RTW has appointed Christopher Spahr as the company's U.S. director of sales and operations in the United States. Spahr will be based in RTW's new U.S. facility in Lancaster, PA. He will work along with Group One, RTW's exclusive U.S. distributor, to support the company's dealer base in the United States.
Spahr joins RTW from Sennheiser, where he served as that company's market development manager. Prior to that, he held sales positions at various companies, including Richard S. Pass Associates, Peirce-Phelps and Swank Audio Visual. In addition, he has spent time as a recording engineer, providing audio engineering and production services to a roster of top-tier record companies and artists, including a Grammy-winning Latin jazz CD with Arturo Sandoval. Spahr holds a recording arts specialized associate's degree from Full Sail University and a bachelor of science in Business Administration from Barry University.
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