Commercial Business

Yokohama names commercial business director

Posted on March 25, 2014
Dan Funkhouser has been named YTC's director of commercial dealer business.

Dan Funkhouser has been named YTC's director of commercial dealer business.

Yokohama Tire Corp. (YTC) has promoted Dan Funkhouser to director of commercial dealer business responsible for all commercial dealer and associated national account business.

“Dan Funkhouser has more than 25 years of experience in the tire business,” says Rick Phillips, YTC senior director, commercial and OTR sales. “He has earned the strong respect of the industry, our commercial customers and his colleagues here at Yokohama. His role is instrumental in our ongoing journey to assure the commercial division is positioned for strategic growth and continued success in the future.”

Funkhouser most recently held the position of commercial zone manager. He joined YTC in 1994 as a district sales representative in Minnesota. He was then promoted to national account manager in 1998 and then corporate manager of national accounts in 2008.

For more information on Yokohama, see www.yokohamatire.com.

 

Related Topics: Dan Funkhouser, promotions, Yokohama Tire Corp.

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