Did you hear?... C.A.M.P. S.p.A. hires Tommy Knoll

C.A.M.P. S.p.A., an Italian technical climbing equipment manufacturer, has hired Tommy Knoll as the company's sales and marketing director for C.A.M.P. USA.
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C.A.M.P. S.p.A., an Italian technical climbing equipment manufacturer, has hired Tommy Knoll as the company's sales and marketing director for C.A.M.P. USA. Knoll will be responsible for the technical climbing equipment sales in U.S. markets. Over the last ten years, Knoll has had sales and customer service roles with Outdoors Inc, Kelty Pack, Horny Toad Activewear, and the Crescent Moon Snowshoe Co. "Identifying key areas for distribution and category growth will be the focus of the next year at CAMP," Knoll said. "We have a long history of product innovations evolving from the TriCam to the Superfang crampon to Startech helmet and will be introducing new products that build on this heritage of innovation in the months to come."

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