Special Needs Transportation

AMF-Bruns of America Adds Territory Account Manager

Posted on January 24, 2018
Todd Hawks has joined wheelchair and occupant securement supplier AMF-Bruns of America.
Todd Hawks has joined wheelchair and occupant securement supplier AMF-Bruns of America.

HUDSON, Ohio — Wheelchair and occupant securement supplier AMF-Bruns of America has hired Todd Hawks as territory account manager.

Hawks brings a background in the commercial automotive and mobility markets. He has worked with OEMs, bus dealers, veterans, transportation agencies, and RV manufacturers.

Hawks' experience includes dealer relations, dealer training, inventory management, and trade show strategies.

Hawks can be reached at (877) 506-3770 or [email protected].

Related Topics: special needs, wheelchairs

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