HydroHoist adds Southeast regional manager

HydroHoist said it added Mike Flounlacker as Southeast regional manager.
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HydroHoist said it added Mike Flounlacker as Southeast regional manager.

Flounlacker, who is based in Pensacola, Fla., attended Florida State University and the University of West Florida before making his career as a government contractor for marine construction and engineering.

HydroHoist said Flounlacker’s contracting revolved around business development, which he sees as an important aspect in achieving HydroHoist’s success in the region. His time as a business development executive was spent building rapport with key personnel, leading business expansion and setting goals and projections.

The company said Flounlacker will explore areas for growth in the Florida market and expand the customer base in Southeast coastal areas.

“We see strong potential in southeastern Florida, and Mike’s expertise and work experience will play an important role in bringing our products to market,” HydroHoist CEO Mick Webber said in a statement.

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