Motion announces management changes
Motion has announced seven promotions to key field management positions.
Logan Carden was named Nashville division Vice-President and will be responsible for overseeing the sales growth initiatives of 20 branches located in parts of Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi and Alabama. He will report to Chris Pacer, VP Group Executive – Central.
Bill Carroll was promoted to VP of the new Philadelphia division (Pennsylvania, New Jersey and West Virginia). He will be responsible for overseeing 13 branches’ sales and guiding their market growth, reporting to Phil Donnelly, VP Group Executive – East.
Tami DeWeese was named VP of the pacific northwest division. DeWeese will oversee the sales growth, strategy and operations of 19 branch and shop locations. She will report to Jeremy Barton, VP Group Executive – West.
Dan Pike was promoted to St. Louis Division VP and will be responsible for the sales growth and management of 17 branch operations throughout Missouri and Arkansas. He will report to Austin Amos, Senior VP Group Executive – Midwest.
Dave Purvis was named midwest group area VP, replacing Pike. Purvis will be responsible for leading the midwest group corporate accounts team, which involves managing existing corporate accounts, and report to Amos.
Steve Kammeyer was named Area VP for corporate accounts, west group. He will directly engage with field personnel and leadership in creating sales-driven initiatives, while reporting to Barton.
Lisa Solomon was promoted to Area VP for corporate accounts, central group, and will lead its corporate accounts team. She will be responsible for enhancing existing national account relationships, and report to Pacer.
“We are immensely proud of what these individuals have accomplished to date and are confident that their experience, acumen and drive will help to take their Divisions and the Company to a new level,” said Kevin Storer, Executive Vice President Branch Operations, North America and President of Motion Mexico. “Each of these promotions is well-deserved and we are looking forward to seeing the impact of their leadership, as part of Motion’s bright future.”