Bodum USA Adds Sales Rep Groups to Support U.S. Market

NEW YORK-Bodum USA has added four sales representative groups to serve the Western U.S. territories. Bulkley & Associates, with Don Bulkley as principal, will be handling accounts in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. San Francisco-based K & A Enterprises will oversee accounts in California, while Marketing Directions, based in Scottsdale, will take on Arizona, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Wyoming. Southern California, Las Vegas and Nevada will fall under ShapiroDoi & Associates' territory.

"We are very excited about our partnership with these organizations," said Thomas Perez, president, Bodum USA. "As our product lines continue to grow into multiple categories, it is more important than ever to offer expanded, dedicated service and support to independent retailers. Together, these groups bring many years of experience servicing accounts in the Western part of the States and will be an integral part of expanding Bodum business in these territories."

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