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Arrow trio take aim at new management positions

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Arrow Truck Sales recently announced several recent promotions and new hires in an effort to up...


KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Arrow Truck Sales recently announced several recent promotions and new hires in an effort to upgrade management at the branch level and manage Arrows continuing growth.

Arrow is on pace to have another record-breaking year, said Carl Heikel, president and CEO. To ensure continued growth, were making a concentrated effort to promote our top assistant branch managers to run their own branches and increase our base of assistant managers, as well.

Montgomery Monty Drake was promoted to branch manager for Arrows flagship Kansas City branch. Drake joined Arrow in October 2004 as a sales consultant in the Dallas location. He was promoted to assistant branch manager of that branch in September 2005. Previously, Drake served as a marketing manager and corporate inventory manager for Asea Hagglunds and as vice-president of US operations for a cruise ship interior refurbishing company.

Doug Moravec was promoted to branch manager of Arrows Cincinnati location. He was most recently the assistant branch manager in Atlanta. Moravec joined Arrow as a sales consultant at the Dallas store.

Eric Musha was named the new branch manager of the companys Newark, N.J., location. Musha joined Arrow as a sales consultant and then served as assistant branch manager in Newark.

John Murdock was hired as the new assistant branch manager for Arrows facility in Fontana, Calif. Murdock has 14 years of sales experience, with five years as a sales manager. Most recently, Murdock worked as adjunct professor of business at Riverside Community College and California Baptist University.

Arrow is headquartered in Kansas City, Mo. and has 18 retail locations throughout the US and Canada.


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