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EAW Names Jim Bobel As North U.S. Sales Engineer

Responsible for managing all sales in states ranging from the Dakotas to Kansas and across to the East Coast

Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) has appointed Jim Bobel to the position of North U.S. sales engineer, effective immediately, with the announcement made by Jim Newhouse, the company’s North American director of sales.

Bobel is responsible for managing all EAW sales in the northern states, ranging from the Dakotas to Kansas and across to the East Coast. 

“Having watched Jim in his previous positions, I’ve always respected his relationship building and customer focus,” states Newhouse. “His ability to grow new business and lead has set him apart from his peers. We are proud to have him join our team.”

Bobel began his career working with Guitar Center, where he climbed the ranks to general manager. Shortly thereafter he spent time as a manufacturers rep and in manufacturing sales.

“I’ve always respected the EAW brand and reputation their products have in the industry,” Bobel says. “I look forward to introducing even more audio professionals to the audio solutions EAW offers and help build the brand further in my territory.” 

Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW)

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