Erwin Hymer Group North America Tunes Sales Force for Growth

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Erwin Hymer Group North America has made some changes to its sales team in order to accommodate the large growth over the last few months and into the foreseeable future.

Paul Cassidy, formally the vice president of sales and service for towables, has been promoted to senior vice president of business development and will be leading the way for any new business ventures, aftermarket sales development, and strategic growth ideas that will help expand the company’s product line and position it for success. Cassidy also will remain in EHG’s key Director positions at both the RVIA and the CRVA.

Mike Snell will continue in his role as vice president of sales and service, but will now be in charge of both motorized and towables and will lead the sales teams for all brands.

Reporting to Snell are the newly appointed directors of sales who will cover the North American market. Ken Mitchell is now the director of sales for Southwest United States; Len McDougall is the director of sales for Eastern United States, and Eastern Canada (except Quebec); and Marcel Champoux is the senior director of sales for Northeastern United States, Western Canada and Quebec.

Erwin Hymer Group North America also has expanded its regional sales managers to accommodate the growing dealer network for both the Roadtrek and Hymer brands.

“We have one of the best sales teams in the industry and its exciting to be able to promote within our team and grow the group with other great sales professionals who know the business as well as we do.” said Jim Hammill, president and CEO of Erwin Hymer Group North America. “We have seen enormous growth over the past year and have more than doubled the amount of dealers in our network for our strong new and existing brands, and structuring the network of sales team ensures we are meeting the demands of our growing business.”


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