Prospec Electronics adds three new employees

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Outdoor audio manufacturer Prospec Electronics has hired Jeremy Burnham and Scott Kaiser for two new sales positions and Kirby Burkholder joined the customer service team.

“We’re pumped to add to our staff,” Josh Berry, director of sales and marketing, said in a statement. “Strengthening our front lines will allow us to support our customers and sell our new offerings and is a strong indicator that sales are on pace with company goals.”

Burnham owns a local game and tackle store, and as part of his outside sales responsibilities he will call on part of the Midwest and all of the Northeast and Florida.

Kaiser is an internal sales support specialist who brings past business ownership skills to his position, as well. Burkholder answers technical questions from dealers and consumers and he calls on former sales experience to provide solutions.

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