AB&I Foundry, a leading manufacturer of cast iron soil pipe and fittings, is pleased to announce that Kyle Chadwick will be joining the AB&I sales team as a Regional Sales Manager covering the Upper Midwest, most notably the Minnesota, Ohio and Iowa territories.
Kyle will be responsible for reaching out to existing customers and developing new partners within the territory. Kyle’s appointment supports the Company’s strategic direction, strengthening customer relationships as well as expanding our sales support coverage.
“I’m excited to join the AB&I sales team and look forward to building those relationships within my assigned territory as well as within AB&I,” said Chadwick.
Kyle grew up just north of Kansas City in Lawson, Missouri and attended the University of Phoenix completing his bachelor’s degree in IT and Visual Communications. Kyle worked for Hallmark Greeting Cards in Kansas City for nearly 20 years, then accepted a role with Paradigm Direct where he built and managed their social media marketing department. Kyle then moved on to work for CBRE and Amazon managing their national training programs. Kyle and his wife Lauren still reside in their hometown, along with their three children, Chase, Jordyn and Ruby. In his spare time, Kyle enjoys traveling, hiking, mountain climbing and golf.
“I’m looking forward to having Kyle on AB&I’s sales team. He will be able to use his experience and education in building relationships while promoting AB&I’s brand and long-standing reputation in this dynamic Upper Midwest sales territory,” said Shannon Hooper, National Sales Manager at AB&I Foundry.
About AB&I Foundry
AB&I Foundry has been an American manufacturer of cast iron soil pipe and fittings for storm and sanitary drain, waste, and vent (DWV) plumbing systems since 1906. Today’s AB&I combines the perspectives and values of their founders with the methods and technologies of today. AB&I products are “Made in America” and have set the standard for quality and durability. For more information please visit ABIFoundry.com.
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