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Rotary announces new additions to sales team

May 26, 2021

Rotary Corporation has appointed Nate Simmerman territory manager for Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska, according to an announcement by Mark Smith, Chief Sales Officer.

Simmerman was previously involved in management and sales at Orscheln Farm & Home, a retailer specializing in lawn, garden, farm and home supplies. In his new position, Simmerman will oversee business development including sales and support for Rotary dealers in his tri-state territory.

“Nate’s sales and management experience will be an asset as we continue to expand our dealer footprint throughout the Midwest,” commented Smith. “Our goal is to work closely with independent dealers, building strong relationships and providing professional, one-on-one service with outstanding sales support. Nate joins a company that supports its customers and stands behind the parts we sell.”

Recognized as the world’s largest supplier of outdoor power equipment parts, tools and accessories, Rotary serves customers in all 50 states and 75 countries around the globe. The family-owned business operates seven U.S. distribution centers plus alternate shipping points strategically located throughout the nation. Approximately 80% of Rotary’s complete line of parts is manufactured in the U.S.A.

February 26, 2021

Rotary Corporation has appointed Ralph Baron territory manager for New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania, according to an announcement by Mark Smith, Chief Sales Officer.

Baron was previously a sales representative for W.W. Grainger and HD Supply. In his new position with Rotary, Baron will be responsible for business development including sales and support for outdoor power equipment dealers in his territory.

“As demand for Rotary parts continues to grow at a very rapid pace, we are adding new sales representatives in the field to meet the needs of dealers,” commented Smith. “Ralph has over 20 years of experience in industrial equipment and supply sales so he understands the importance of building relationships with his customers. At Rotary, our goal is to ensure long term success for our independent dealers, and Ralph will be involved in building and executing that strategy.”

Recognized as the world’s largest supplier of outdoor power equipment parts, tools and accessories, Rotary serves customers in all 50 states and 75 countries around the globe. The family-owned business operates seven U.S. distribution centers plus alternate shipping points strategically located throughout the nation. Approximately 80% of Rotary’s complete line of parts is manufactured in the U.S.A.

January 7, 2021

Rotary Corporation has appointed Roy AlderseBaes territory manager for North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa, according to an announcement by Mark Smith, Chief Sales Officer.

AlderseBaes has been involved in equipment sales and industrial services during his career. In his new position, he will be responsible for business development, sales and customer support for Rotary dealers in his five-state region.

“Roy will be a fine addition to our sales team as we continue to develop new partnerships and strengthen our independent dealer network across the Upper Midwest,” commented Smith. “He recognizes the importance of providing outstanding customer service and being responsive to the many challenges facing today’s dealers."

Recognized as the world’s largest supplier of outdoor power equipment parts, tools and accessories, Rotary serves customers in all 50 states and 75 countries around the globe. The family-owned business operates seven U.S. distribution centers plus alternate shipping points strategically located throughout the nation. Approximately 80% of Rotary’s complete line of parts is manufactured in the U.S.A.

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