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Rosco Adds 2 New Regional Sales Managers

Posted on September 6, 2018
Ali Khan (left) will manage sales in Canada for Rosco, while Ross Braddock will cover the southeastern U.S.
Ali Khan (left) will manage sales in Canada for Rosco, while Ross Braddock will cover the southeastern U.S.

Vehicle vision systems supplier Rosco has added two new members to its sales team: Ali Khan and Ross Braddock.

Rosco provides mirrors, backup cameras, visors, and other visual safety solutions for commercial vehicles, including school buses.

Rosco said that as its business continues to grow in Canada, the New York-based company saw a need for a sales manager to cover that country. As the new Canadian regional sales manager, Ali Khan will manage Rosco's sales relationships with all OEMs, distributors, dealers, and fleets in Canada.

Khan joins Rosco from AmeriFleet, where he held the position of client relations manager. Rosco said that Khan has extensive experience in the commercial vehicle market. He can be reached at [email protected].

Meanwhile, as Rosco’s current southeast regional sales manager, Ron Marion, transitions to his new role as account manager for select customers, Ross Braddock will work with Marion to manage Rosco's sales relationships with all OEMs, distributors, dealers, and fleets in Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida.

Braddock comes to Rosco with experience working with both fleets and dealers in the automotive industry. He was previously a fleet solutions sales manager at Goodyear. He can be reached at [email protected].

Related Topics: Canada, mirrors, video surveillance

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