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ASA Electronics names Midwest sales manager

ASA Electronics said it promoted Mike Landis to Midwest regional sales manager of the company’s marine division.

ASA Electronics said it promoted Mike Landis to Midwest regional sales manager of the company’s marine division.

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Landis is receiving the promotion after being at ASA Electronics for just under a year. The Indiana-based company said he has experience in the marine industry and has built a professional network that will aid him in his new position.

“Mike brings energy and commitment to the marine industry for ASA Electronics. I believe he is a great fit to work with our current partners and is driven to continue sales growth and market gains in the Midwest,” ASA Electronics marine industry manager Matt Wood said in a statement.

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