Brian brings intercom sales experience and expertise from his time as TC Furlong, long-time Clear-Com Partner
Clear-Com appoints Brian Grahn to the position of Regional Sales Manager to manage the Southwest region of the U.S., where the company is seeing strong growth and increasing demand for its voice communications solutions. Brian will oversee sales activity in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Southern California, and Southern Nevada, with a focus on supporting Clear-Com’s strong partner network in the region.
Brian brings extensive industry experience to the position, with a focus on wireless and partyline intercom expertise. Most recently Brian held the role of Sales and Marketing Manager at TC Furlong Inc, a long-time Clear-Com Partner. Brian’s expertise within the Live market ranges from local theaters, Houses of Worship, music venues, local collegiate venues and more. Prior to these roles, Brian co-owned Aesir Sound in South Florida where he began his career as a live sound engineer, gaining first-hand user experience with Clear-Com.
“Brian’s prior experience as a Clear-Com dealer and end user gives him a strong knowledge of system design, production workflow, onsite installation, and support. He will be a valuable asset to our U.S. sales team and we are excited to have him join us,” says Michael Rucker, Clear-Com Director of Sales for the Americas.
Brian’s previous experience with Clear-Com users’ critical need for communication to accomplish their various tasks, not to mention the company’s sales and support practices will enable him to serve his new customers effectively from the outset in his new role.
Clear-Com is committed to servicing their partners and end-users. They have continued to expand their U.S. sales team, training, and support operations throughout 2021 and into 2022. “I am pleased to be joining such a strong team with such a well-regarded, established company. Clear-Com’s dedication to customer service and quality is unmatched, and I am excited to carry out that mission in my new territory,” concludes Brian.
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