Patricia Hernandez joins Vetrotech Saint-Gobain as inside sales associate

Patricia Hernandez has joined Vetrotech Saint-Gobain as an inside sales associate and estimator for glass and frame systems.

In this position, she will prepare quotes for customers and assist Vetrotech sales representatives to support corporate goals.

Hernandez has more than 20 years of experience in the commercial glazing industry. Prior to joining Vetrotech, she represented Milgard as an inside sales representative before being promoted to inside sales supervisor and outside sales representative. Her previous commercial glass sales experience also includes inside and outside sales work at ACI Distribution-West, where she was named salesperson of the year. Hernandez's new position marks a return to Vetrotech, where she also previously worked in North American sales customer service and sales support.

600450 Patricia Hernandez joins Vetrotech Saint-Gobain as inside sales associate
Date: 4 July 2012
Source: Vetrotech Saint-Gobain

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