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Did you hear?... Lowe Alpine continues to expand its sales rep force

Lowe Alpine continues to expand its sales rep force.
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Lowe Alpine continues to expand its sales rep force. Andy Molter is Lowe’s new lead sales representative for the Mid-Atlantic region, managing Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey. Mike Fisher has been promoted to Lowe’s lead sales representative for Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. For the past eight years, Fisher has been working for a rep agency handling Lowe’s Northeast territory.

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