ARGO Expands Sales Team to Address Growth
ARGO has expanded its sales team as the company continues to move forward with its plan to significantly grow the ARGO XTV business and increase profitability for dealers.
Five new District Sales Manager positions have been created as the company seeks to bolster its retail sales and distribution across Canada and the United States.
Effective immediately, Paul O'Neill, Kory Poliakiwski, Mike Barber, Jeff Boone and Mark Wood all assume District Sales Manager roles.
The new District Sales Managers' territories are as follows:
• Paul O’Neill - Quebec
• Kory Poliakiwski - British Columbia, Northern Alberta, Northern Saskatchewan, Yukon, Northwest Territories
• Mike Barber - Tennessee, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware
• Mark Wood - Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania
• Jeff Boone - Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina
The five new District Sales Managers are all seasoned veterans with Powersports and/or Lawn & Garden experience whose mandate will see them leading and growing ARGO’s commercial and recreational markets, in addition to growing the brand’s burgeoning dealer footprint.
Kevin Asselin VP Sales & Marketing, ARGO commented, “We’re thrilled to welcome these five new hires to our growing sales team. They each come with decades of powersports industry experience and lend weight to ARGO’s ability to attract top talent as the brand continues to expand and grow. I look forward to working with each of them closely in the year ahead as we take both our company and our loyal dealers to that next level of success and profitability.”
Headquartered in New Hamburg, Ontario, ARGO, a division of Ontario Drive & Gear Limited, provides Xtreme Terrain Vehicles (XTV) to a network of hundreds of dealers across Canada and the United States.
For 50 years, ARGO has built the most successful amphibious Xtreme Terrain Vehicles in the world. With a multitude of applications including commercial, public sector, robotics, and personal recreation, ARGO’s will climb, crawl or swim anywhere users need to go.
ARGO Xtreme Terrain Vehicles (XTV) have been manufactured since 1967. ARGO markets its recreational and commercial products through a network of independent dealers and distributors located throughout the United States and Canada and through distributors representing dealers in Europe, Russia, South America, the Middle East, Asia and other international markets. ARGO’s unique durability, safety and versatility are driven by the renowned engineering capability of its parent company, Ontario Drive & Gear Ltd. (ODG). Since 1962, ODG has manufactured quality precision gears and transmissions.
To learn more about ARGO, or to find your local dealer, visit ARGOxtv.com.
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