Midwest-CBK Names Warden VP Sales

Laurence WardenLaurence Warden

CANNON FALLS, Minn.-Midwest-CBK has named Laurence Warden vice president of sales. The appointment marks Warden's return to the company in which he began his career.

Warden will lead the independent and national sales teams and report to Dick Duff, Midwest-CBK general manager.

"I had the privilege of working with Laurence when we served together at Midwest-CBK in the 1990s, and welcome his tremendous history of success, energy and breadth of experience back to the company and our customers," said Duff. "His genuine enthusiasm combined with outstanding sales and leadership will serve our customers, employees and the industry well."

Warden served in several sales leadership roles at Midwest-CBK in both England and the U.S., including director of national sales. Prior to returning to Midwest-CBK, Warden served as the director of sales for Kaemingk Associates, where he brought the largest European holiday company to the U.S. market, according to Midwest-CBK.

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