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Remy Names VP of Sales

September 11, 2017 - Press Release

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Darwin Moen has joined Remy Power Products as its new vice president of sales, as announced by Dave Nichols, president of Remy Power Products.

In his new role, Moen is responsible for sales strategy, program development, customer relations, category management, and establishing and managing key performance indicators.

“We welcome Darwin to the Remy team and are pleased to have him on board as our new vice president of sales,” Nichols said. “With more than 30 years of sales experience, he has the proven knowledge and expertise needed to lead our sales team and manage the initiatives that will help Remy and our customers grow their businesses together.”

Moen began his career with Maytag Company in 1983, serving in positions including district sales manager in Chicago and Los Angeles, and regional/divisional manager in Indianapolis, before moving to the corporate headquarters in Newtown, Iowa, in 2004 to serve as general manager/director market development. When Maytag was acquired by Whirlpool Corporation in 2006, he relocated to their headquarters in Benton Harbor, Mich., to serve as director, key accounts – Midwestern division. In 2010, Moen became the national sales director for Lowes and was promoted to national sales director, key accounts in 2012.  

 

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