Gorell Names New National Sales Manager of American Conservatory Division

Gorell Windows and Doors named Charlie Dorsey national sales manager of its American Conservatory Systems division. In his new position, Dorsey will establish new dealers to market American Conservatory systems and provide existing dealers with product training and sales support..

"Charlie’s sales expertise will be a valuable asset to Gorell’s American Conservatory division," said Tyson Schwartz, Gorell vice president of sales. "Conservatory sales have increased dramatically over the past year, and Charlie will help ensure that we continue a pattern of steady growth."

Dorsey has extensive experience in the window and door industry. He previously worked for Gorell as a regional sales manager and worked for major window manufacturers in New England before joining American Conservatory Systems.

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Date: 18 September 2003
Source: Glass Digest Magazine

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