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Nisus Corporation Promotes Lee Barrett

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Barrett has been named to the position of director of New Business Development and International Sales for Nisus Corporation

PCT Magazine | October 27, 2009

ROCKFORD, Tenn. - Lee Barrett has been named to the position of director of New Business Development and International Sales for Nisus Corporation.
 
Barrett joined Nisus in 1999 and most recently has been the director of sales for the Western Division.  In this new position, he will be working closely with Harry Bryan, vice president of sales, to service national builder clients and form relationships with new builder prospects, focusing on local and regional builders. Barrett will also take the leadership role in securing business in the international market with specific emphasis in South America and Mexico. Barrett will be based at the Nisus corporate office in Rockford, Tennessee.

 “Lee has been a tremendous asset for our company,” said Kevin L. Kirkland, President and CEO of Nisus Corporation. “We are expecting great things as he applies his considerable skill set to developing these business opportunities for Nisus.”
 

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