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Danley Sound Labs Restructures Sales & Marketing Team, Adds New Positions

Six Danley team members receive promotions; two market specialists also come onboard.
Jonathan "JP" Parker, new director of global sales and marketing at Danley Sound Labs.

Danley Sound Labs has announced that president Mike Hedden has restructured the company’s sales and marketing division to respond to strong growth with numerous personnel promotions.

Long-time Danley staff member Jeff Pulliam has been named general manager, and Jonathan “JP” Parker is the new director of global sales and marketing. Parker is overseeing a newly-fortified team that includes newly promoted national sales manager Skip Welch, who is managing the domestic sales team.

In addition, Cooper Hedden has been promoted to southeast regional sales manager, Jay Andrews (formerly with Lienau AV) promoted to northeast regional sales manager, and Kim Comeaux, (formerly with Anderson Marketing), promoted to western regional sales manager. And, Harold Sexton and Scott Howard have been recruited as sports market & house of worship and recording specialists, respectively.

“We’re pleased to see continued growth in our well-established markets, such as house of worship and sports venues, and to be making significant inroads in other markets, such as live music venues and theaters,” says Hedden. “Tom (Danley) and his team of engineers even indulged a long-time passion and designed a recording studio monitor system, the Danley Studio 1 and Studio Sub, which positions us for growth in a radically new market. We’ve been fortunate to have a fantastic team guiding our growth and expansion, and I’m not about to shake up that winning formula.”

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