Fri, Dec 14, 2007
Brings 12 Years of Sales Experience, Regional Knowledge To
Avidyne Corporation announced
Thursday the appointment of Matt Cowan as Southeast Regional Sales
Manager. The avionics manufacturer tells ANN Cowan is an 800-hour
instrument-rated private pilot with extensive sales experience and
regional knowledge. He is based in Tampa, FL.
Before joining Avidyne, Cowan was at Guaranty Bank Home Equity
where he advanced from Account Executive to
Florida-Alabama-Mississippi Sales Manager to Southeast and
Mid-Atlantic Accounts Manager.
During his seven-year tenure he was a leader in production and
profitability, qualified every year for the company's annual sales
award, was a top-five manager nationwide and was recognized as Top
Regional Representative of the Year.
Prior to Guaranty Bank, Cowan was Regional Sales Representative
for International Paper in Los Angeles and was a Sales
Representative for International Heritage, Inc., in Atlanta. He
holds a bachelor's degree from Wofford College in Spartanburg,
"Matt's proven sales skills, his flying experience and his
familiarity with the Southeast will benefit our growing base of
dealers across the region, especially as we continue to expand our
aftermarket product line with exciting new safety sensors and
high-value avionics systems," said Jamie Luster, Avidyne Director
of Aftermarket Sales.
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