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Pro-Link Selects New Vice President of Sales

April 1, 2008
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Canton, MA -March 31, 2008-Brian Slack has been recruited to be Pro-Link's new vice president of sales.

Slack has a long and expansive history in the jansan industry. Before joining Pro-Link, he was vice president of sales for Minuteman International, Flo-Pac Corporation, Carlisle Sanitary Maintenance Products, and Harvard Chemical Research as well as vice president and general manager of a Georgia-based sanitary supply company.

According to Paul Lemieux, Pro-Link's President, Slack will be responsible for managing Pro-Link's nationwide network of regional managers. He will also work directly with the organization's members and prospective members, expanding their understanding and support of Pro-Link and  its products and programs from education and end-user training to seminar support and, of course, product knowledge.

"Brian has a very strong background in the jansan industry and in sales management," says Lemieux. "We know he will make a powerful and positive impact on our team and help Pro-Link as it expands to its next level."

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