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Rockwell Labs Adds Territory Rep John Brownlee

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Brownlee has been named technical representative for the company’s South Central territory, which includes Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.

| February 10, 2014

John Brownlee

NORTH KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Rockwell Labs announced that effective Dec 1, John Brownlee joined the company as its technical representative for the South Central territory, encompassing Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana.

Brian Sundnas, who has covered the South Central territory for the last several years has taken over the North Central territory, which includes the states of Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, the Dakotas, and Colorado.

“It had been our plan for the last few years to make this transition once we found the right person, who would be located in the South Central territory. Brian lives in Kansas City, so the North Central territory makes more sense for him, versus boarding a plane every week as he’s been doing,” said Dr. Cisse Spragins, Rockwell’s CEO. “We were delighted when John became available, after his stint in Europe for the last few years. He’s got a great background in sales and technical support in the industry and a passion for the IPM solutions that Rockwell offers. Brian, of course, is no stranger to our customers in the North Central territory, since he covered that territory as well prior to mid-2011. We appreciate Wayne West’s professionally representing Rockwell in the North Central territory for the last two and a half years.

Brian Sundnas
“John has hit the ground running, and Brian has been very helpful in the transition for the last couple of months,” said Mike Tweedy, Rockwell’s vice president of sales and marketing. “I am confident that having someone as capable as John, who lives in Texas, will enable us to provide our customers in the South Central territory with an even greater level of service as we move forward.”

John may be reached at 615-838-3149 or jbrownlee@rockwelllabs.com. Brian may be reached at 816-210-7378 or bsundnas@rockwelllabs.com. Rockwell’s head office may be contacted at 816-283-3167, sales@rockwelllabs.com, or through www.rockwelllabs.com.
 

 

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