Houston, Texas – Swiff-Train announces the promotion of Jason Nigh into the role of Vice President of Sales – STC North America. In this new role, Jason will have overall sales responsibility for the Company, including, but not limited to, all company owned distribution and the National Division, servicing EarthWerks, Pinnacle, and private label brands throughout the US and Canada. Jason has exceeded all expectations since joining STC in 2018 and is now ready to lead the Company to continue growing sales, cultivating relationships, and developing an industry-leading sales team.
Furthermore, Chris Killen has been elevated into the role of Director of Sales – North America Distribution. In this new role, Chris will have the responsibility of the National Division promoting EarthWerks and Pinnacle, along with many private label brands throughout the US & Canada. Chris has demonstrated exceptional leadership skills throughout the years with STC, assertively growing the business amongst a competitive Canadian landscape and strong network of US Distribution.
Shane Calloway stated, “these are two of the most talented sales leaders I have ever had the pleasure to work with. We are confident in their proven abilities to aggressively drive the business forward while enhancing the overall value of the enterprise.”
Swiff-Train Company is a full line flooring distributor, as well as parent company and headquarters to EarthWerks®, Pinnacle™ and Ground Control™ Surfaces flooring. Celebrating Over 80 Years of Excellence.
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