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Shoppa’s Material Handling enhances sales team

Shoppa’s Material Handling is proud to announce the addition and
promotions of several strategic people to meet the needs of customers as the company
continues to grow alongside the phenomenal growth of the DFW Metroplex and
surrounding counties.

Brian Corcoran has joined Shoppa’s as national account manager, bringing with
him extensive experience in sales and customer service management. Most recently,
Corcoran served as Director of Fleet Operations at Reddy Ice, Inc. and previously was
the area vice president at Idealease.

Drew Webber joined the Shoppa’s team in August of 2017 as a sales intern after
graduating from Texas Tech. Webber has demonstrated the ability to take on the role of
territory manager.

Scott McClure, an eight-year veteran of Shoppa’s, has been instrumental in working
as the customer sales & service manager. McClure has been promoted to territory
manager and will be focusing on the development of new customers as well as
managing existing key accounts.

Tony Ybarra has been promoted to sales support & CRM administrator. His IT, sales
marketing and analytic skills will be an asset to this position. He will be administering
lead management and customer follow-up utilizing Shoppa’s CRM system.

Scott Hubbell has been promoted to fleet manager. Hubbell joined Shoppa’s in
May 2017 and has played a key role in the continued growth of Shoppa’s Rental
Department. His decision making strengths and reporting skills will prove to be an asset
in his new role leading the fleet administration team.

Kevin Pate joined the Shoppa’s team in September 2017 and has been promoted
to director of inside sales. Pate has a background in fleet management, analytics,
reporting and previous sales experience. He will be able to lead Shoppa’s internal
sales and sales administration team to improve and streamline sales processes.

-Expanding our sales team has been important to not only keep up with the growth we
have experienced in Texas but to ensure we are able to not only meet but exceed our
customers’ expectations,- said Jim Shoppa, president of Shoppa’s Material Handling.

-As Shoppa’s continues to grow, we plan to grow our people too. Combining talented
people from within the company as well as bringing in external expertise, we can
increase sales and develop an unparalleled customer service experience.-

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