Mark Williams has been promoted to the position of Western regional manager for Jacobsen. In his new role, Williams will have responsibility for overall sales growth, managing dealer development, executing parts growth strategy and national accounts relationship for his region. Reporting to Williams will be Barry Larson and Les King, who continue in their roles as territory sales managers.


Williams began his career with Jacobsen in 1988 as a sales manager for the Jacobsen factory store. Throughout his career with the company, Williams has held several positions in the sales organization in the areas of national accounts, dealer development and territory sales manager, a role he served until now in the Southwest region.


Additionally, Williams has held sales leadership positions at different dealerships in the professional turf maintenance business. His depth and breadth of industry experience will serve him well in his new position.


Chuck Greif has been appointed to the position of Eastern regional manager for Jacobsen. Kevin Stinnett, Chris Fox, and Dave Wanta will all report to Greif as territory sales managers.


Greif joins Jacobsen most recently from E-Z-GO, where he served in several roles in the product management and sales functions, including director of new product development and product management, and director global specialty and pre-owned vehicle sales.


His experience prior to joining Textron includes more than 20 years of marketing and sales experience with John Deere in their golf & turf and commercial divisions. Greif has both domestic and international experience.


Williams and Greif will report to Martin L. Levy, Jacobsen vice president of sales and marketing.

                  

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