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Memphis Wood Fire Grills Welcomes New Northwest Sales Rep

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Memphis Wood Fire Grills, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end wood pellet grills, is excited to announce they have hired a new sales representative to cover the Northwest region. Joe Schultz’s region will include Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. 

Schultz brings years of sales and territory management experience in the appliance industry. With a successful record as both an outside sales manager and territory account manager, Schultz will bring a strong focus on dealer relationships. 

“I am very excited to be a part of the Memphis Wood Fire Grills team, selling such an incredible product,” says Joe Schultz, “and I really look forward to getting out and working with all of our current and new dealers, helping them to grow their businesses.” 

Schultz will report to Scott Severson, National Sales manager. “We are very happy to have Joe on board representing the Memphis brand,” Severson said, “Joe’s experience selling high-end product to appliance retailers, and his understanding of the needs of specialty retailers, will be an asset to our team.” 

In addition to his business experience, Schultz brings a passion for grilling and smoking and can’t wait to fire up the market. 

Memphis Wood Fire Grills

First introduced as a line of high-end pellet grills in 2010, Memphis Wood Fire Grills is a premium pellet grill brand with an international presence in the United States, Canada, and Europe. At Memphis, they strive for versatility and a superior outdoor cooking experience. Referred to as the “Tesla of Pellet Grills” by author and PBS Host Steven Raichlen, Memphis Grills combine professional cooking equipment with the Intelligent Temperature Control WiFi system to create the ultimate grill that cooks, smokes, sears, and bakes.

www.memphisgrills.com

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