Niles Welcomes Back Hank Alexander as Western Regional Sales Manager
Alexander boasts a 20-year track record as a sales professional, surpassing company goals while motivating, coaching and training teams.
Niles has announced the return of Hank “Moose” Alexander to the company to serve as its new western regional sales manager, reporting directly to Niles president Mike “Sparky” Detmer. Alexander assumes the position vacated by Kenneth Johnsen, who has been promoted to serve as The AVC Group’s international training manager.
“The return of Moose Alexander to our team speaks volumes about the many exciting things that are happening today at Niles,” Detmer said. “I had a feeling that when Moose left us two years ago he would be back and that day has come — and his return could not have come at a better time. We are entering a dynamic new phase in the history of Niles, and Moose’s experience, talents and leadership skills are going to play a major role in our long term future success.”
Hank Alexander is widely known as a complete sales professional with a 20-year track record of penetrating new markets, exceeding company goals and motivating, coaching and training sales teams to increase revenues and efficiencies. He is also recognized for his abilities in management, business development, marketing, product design and development, and inception and management of sale programs in the high-end commercial and residential custom consumer electronics field.
Alexander returns to Niles from Crestron, where he has served as mountain states regional sales manager since 2008. Prior to that he was the western regional sales manager for Niles from 2006 through 2008, where he was responsible for the supervision of seven rep firms, the retail launch of the ICS IntelliControl brand, and 20 percent year-over-year annual growth for three consecutive years.
Prior to his first tour at Niles, Alexander held sales management positions at ReQuest, Kenwood, Vann’s Electronic Billings Mt and Video Sat and Sound. He studied business management, communications and law at the University of Wyoming — Casper and the University of Arizona — Tempe.
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