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Aeolus adds Terwilliger for Western sales

Posted on January 28, 2014
Aeolus' new Western Division Sales manager, David Terwilliger, will be based out of his northern California office.

Aeolus' new Western Division Sales manager, David Terwilliger, will be based out of his northern California office.

Aeolus Tire America announced it has hired industry veteran David Terwilliger as Western Division Sales manager, to be based out of his northern California office.

“Mr. Terwilliger will be responsible for developing new passenger and light truck tire market share in the western division of the United States for the rapidly growing Aeolus brand consumer tire products division,” says Mike Leverington, general manager, United States.

Prior to coming to Aeolus Tire America, Terwilliger held positions in sales and marketing at Falken Tire Corp., most recently as regional sales manager. He also spent 15 years as owner of Fast Fit Tire Centers, a multi-retail store business in northern California.

“We look forward to Mr. Terwilliger’s contribution as we grow distribution of Aeolus Tires here in the U.S. and continue to develop our global value leadership position,” says Leverington.

For more information visit www.AeolusTireAmerica.com.

Related Topics: Aeolus Tire America, David Terwilliger, Mike Leverington

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