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ProTeam Promotes Mackey to VP of Operations

September 5, 2008
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Boise, Idaho - ProTeam the Vacuum Company has promoted Kyle Mackey to the position of vice president of operations. Throughout his 14 years at ProTeam, Mackey has been a key contributor to the company’s growth and success. He is responsible for implementing and expanding all facets of operations, from supply chain management and manufacturing to warehousing and information technology.

“In this new role, Kyle will be instrumental in outlining and driving the long term strategy and direction of the business,” said ProTeam President Matt Wood.

Mackey brings a total of 19 years experience in the manufacturing operations management and product development in sectors that include recreational watercraft, semiconductors and welding supplies.

ProTeam is the original innovator of the lightweight backpack vacuum cleaner, an invention that has become a global phenomenon in the commercial cleaning industry for ergonomic efficiency, healthy cleaning benefits and prolonging the life of carpeting. Today, ProTeam manufactures 19 different vacuums for all cleaning applications. Learn more at

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