Rosco names new regional sales manager

Posted on June 7, 2011

JAMAICA, N.Y. — Bus mirror manufacturer Rosco has appointed Joe Leggett to the company’s sales team as a regional sales manager for the Midwest region.

The role covers the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas and all OEMs, distributors and fleets within the region.

Leggett will be responsible for driving revenue, developing and training the distributor and dealer network, managing national accounts, and supporting fleet requirements.

Leggett joins the Rosco team from Radio Engineering Industries, where he served as a sales manager for three years. He has also served as a regional operations director at ABM Security Services.

He received his education from the University of Nebraska and has previous experience marketing mobile electronics and services to all bus markets.

“We are pleased to have Mr. Leggett on board, and look forward to his contribution to Rosco sales and high levels of customer support,” the company said in a statement.

Rosco manufactures mirrors for school buses and other vehicles. It also offers backup cameras, windshield-based camera recording, interior/exterior mirrors and sun visors.


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