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American Hometec Expands Sales Team for Its Tankless Water Heaters


WILMINGTON, DEL.—American Hometec, Inc., a pioneer and leader of Coilless Technology for tankless water heaters, announced the expansion of its sales team to meet escalating demand for its tankless water heaters. The company has added three new regional sales managers and two marketing associates to its staff, adding more than 40 years of industry experience to the growing company.

“The tankless water heater industry is booming,” said Dave Millilo, American Hometec’s vice president of sales and marketing. “Our patented Coilless Technology presents an efficient and practical solution for commercial and residential tankless water heaters, and the interest level in our product is only rising. We’re strategically building our sales and marketing teams to field this interest and position the company for further growth through new sales channels.”

As part of the company’s plan to meet increased demands for its tankless water heaters, three new experienced regional sales managers have been hired—Tom Woody, Ed Baker and Michale Rapp.

Midwest Region is Focus

Tom Woody is a seasoned professional, bringing 25 years of sales experience to his new role as regional sales manager for American Hometec. With 15 of these years spent in the plumbing industry, Woody brings a great deal of industry knowledge to the company and will focus on building sales in the Midwest region.

As a new addition to American Hometec’s growing sales team, Ed Baker will focus on technical sales in the Philadelphia area as well as nationwide product training. Mr. Baker comes to American Hometec with several years of experience in the plumbing and building industries having served in the roles of purchasing for a major plumbing contractor in southern New Jersey and as a leading sales associate for Ferguson Enterprises.

Michael Rapp has also been appointed regional sales manager with American Hometec where he will use his extensive experience in wholesale distribution, new product start-up, multi-national trade lines, and new product development to target sales opportunities for American Hometec in the Northeast region of the country. Rapp is a member of the Builders League of New Jersey, and South Jersey Builders League chapter.

Furthermore, American Hometec announce two new additions to its marketing team. Teresa Clarke-Myers joins the company as marketing communications specialist and Kayla Lahijani joins American Hometec as marketing communications coordinator.

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