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SCMS Adds New Member to its Broadcast Sales Team
July 21, 2014 Pineville NC
SCMS is happy to announce that Chuck Maines has joined the organization as a sales representative. He will be providing broadcast equipment sales and expertise in the SCMS Mid-West sales area and beyond.
Chuck Maines has been a sales executive serving the broadcast equipment industry for over 30 years. Previously he¹s had sales roles with some of the largest broadcast equipment distribution firms in the USA and, most recently, as owner of his own company Mainsource. Chuck brings to the SCMS team superb customer service experience and excellent product knowledge. His goal is to provide quality equipment solutions to each of his clients at competitive pricing.
You can reach Chuck in the SCMS Mid-West sales office by calling 1-844-4FM-GEAR (436-4327) or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SCMS, Inc. is a 38-year-old company dedicated to the broadcast industry. SCMS is a privately held, debt free North Carolina corporation with over 250 years of combined Technical RF and audio experience on staff, representing over 500 quality manufacturers.
For more information contact Bob Cauthen at 704-889-4508 or via email email@example.com.
Visit SCMS at www.scmsinc.com.
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