Did you hear?... Gregory Mountain Products adds to staff

Gregory Mountain Products has added to its staff, the company announced recently.
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Gregory Mountain Products has added to its staff, the company announced recently. John Sears was hired in May to work alongside founder and VP of R&D Wayne Gregory, and is a recent graduate of the Georgia Tech design program and is an avid backpacker and climber. Joe Allen was hired in June as Domestic Customer Care Supervisor; he is an alumnus of Adventure 16, where he worked in retail sales and training. Sanders Anderson, who was also hired in June, is Gregory's new graphics designer, and he's already in the trenches working on hangtags and other collateral material to ensure a consistent company image. Karen Groom was hired as International Account Coordinator in July. She previously worked with Gregory’s parent company, Bianchi International, as Trade Show Coordinator. In her new role, she will provide customer care to Gregory’s growing international customer base.

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