Special Needs Transportation

Q'Straint names 2 new regional sales managers

Posted on January 31, 2014

Drouillard
Drouillard
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Wheelchair passenger safety solutions provider Q'Straint has appointed two new regional managers to its sales team.

Mitch Drouillard has been named southern regional sales manager for the transit and rail market segment, with a focus on developing new business and building customer relationships.

Drouillard previously spent 15 years in the automotive industry, focused on sales and sales management for a tier one original equipment manufacturer, working extensively with government agencies.

Don Eaton has been named western regional sales manager for the transit and rail market segment for Q’Straint. He has more than eight years of experience in the transit industry, most recently with mobile surveillance provider Apollo Video Technology.

Eaton
Eaton
At Q’Straint, Eaton will focus on developing new business and building customer relationships, working with all levels within transit agencies to provide safety-driven results and return on investment, company officials said.


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