Special Needs Transportation

New Canadian sales manager for Q’Straint, Sure-Lok

Posted on February 16, 2012
Paul Faucher has more than 26 years of business experience and is an accomplished short track speed skater.
Paul Faucher has more than 26 years of business experience and is an accomplished short track speed skater.

Q’Straint and Sure-Lok have added Paul Faucher as their new Canadian sales manager.

Faucher brings more than 26 years of business experience to the companies, which provide wheelchair and occupant securement systems.

Faucher’s experience includes an extensive background in sales support and project leader assignments throughout North America and overseas. Most recently, he was with McDonald’s Corp., where he was a training coordinator.

In addition to his business background, Faucher is an accomplished athlete, having competed in short track speed skating in Canada and the U.S. After being a competitor, he became involved in coaching and instructing.

Faucher speaks French and English, and he resides in Quebec with his family.

For more information, contact Jim Reaume, director of sales for Q’Straint and Sure-Lok, by phone at (866) 787-3565 or by e-mail at [email protected], or go to www.qstraint.com or www.sure-lok.com.

 

Related Topics: wheelchairs

Comments ( 1 )
  • Brendan Healy

     | about 5 years ago

    I look forward to meeting Paul in Phoenix in a couple of days !!!

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