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National Coatings Corporation Appoints Jim Calkins as Central Regional Sales Manager

Published on 2005-03-22. Author : SpecialChem

CAMARILLO, California -- National Coatings Corporation ( NCC ), a leading manufacturer of high performance, sustainable roof coating materials for commercial and industrial buildings, announced the appointment of Jim Calkins as Central Regional Sales Manager.

"Jim's comprehensive knowledge base and management experience in the roofing industry add tremendous value to our team," commented Matt Kolb, President of National Coatings. "Our company is committed to superior product quality and performance, industry leading customer service and in-field representation, and continuous technical innovation. Jim is the ideal person to lead our sales efforts in the Central Region."

Jim will be based out of his office in Ohio and be responsible for contractor sales in the Central United States . He noted, "I am excited and proud to be joining the National Coatings team. National Coatings is the proven leader in high performance coatings for the building materials industry. This is because of its proven cost-effective products, dedicated employees, and outstanding service. I look forward to continuing to grow the business in the Central Region."

About National Coatings Corporation

National Coatings Corporation ( Camarillo , CA ) is a leading manufacturer and supplier of premium high quality elastomeric coating products. For almost 25 years, NCC has provided its customers with leading edge products, support, and thought leadership. National Coatings is a charter member of the Cool Roof Rating Council and the ENERGY STAR® Roof Products group, and was twice recognized as ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year. NCC's portfolio of leading brands includes National Coatings Cool Roof Systems®, AcryShield®, AcryLock™, AcryPly®, AcryFlex®, and RubberPrep® among others.

Source: National Coatings Corporation

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