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MHP Welcomes Dexter Shorter as Vice President of Sales

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Modern Home Products (MHP) is proud to announce and welcome Dexter Shorter as the company’s new vice president of Sales. Dexter will be responsible for developing new business relationships for MHP in all product lines to ensure overall customer satisfaction and continued company growth. He will also be responsible for maintaining and growing sales in Texas, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia.

Dexter brings with him over 30 years of outdoor products experience in the sales, marketing, and management fields. He is an accomplished sales professional who has executed strategic sales campaigns to meet corporate sales goals. By cultivating lasting relationships with clients, Dexter has successfully maximized sales opportunities for customers by combining his knowledge of product placement with customized advertising techniques. MHP’s senior vice president, Tom Nitz, said, “We are impressed with Dexter’s enthusiasm with the extensive product lines that MHP has to offer. He has offered fresh new ideas that we are excited to explore and implement this upcoming grilling season.”

Dexter will be working closely with senior management at MHP on developing and executing sales and marketing strategies that drive revenue. In addition, Dexter will provide product knowledge and the same top quality service MHP customers have come to expect.

Dexter Shorter
Email or call (404) 944-9188
www.mhpgrills.com

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