Whitford Hires McGinn as Sales Manager for North America

ELVERSON, Penn.-Coatings company Whitford has named Mike McGinn its new North American sales manager. McGinn succeeds Spencer Siegel, who has moved to the role of worldwide manager for consumer products for Whitford.

Most recently vice president of sales and marketing for Coyne Textiles Services, a textile services outsourcing company, McGinn has more than 20 years' experience in global sales and marketing for venture-capital based startups and industrial manufacturing companies.

McGinn also previously served as senior vice president for Alexander Proudfoot, a consulting firm in Atlanta, vice president and general manager of Kodak Canada, director and general manager of Consumer Imaging Products for Kodak United Kingdom and president of Kodak Caribbean.

"I'm excited to join the team at this fast-growing, dynamic enterprise, and am looking forward to contributing to Whitford's continued growth and success," McGinn said.

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