Trucks Accessories Group LLC (TAG) has named Bob Hill as sales manager for TAG Midwest and Granville Dennis as national fleet and commercial sales manager, according to a news release..
Hill has a long career in sales and operational management, most recently with marine retailing giant Marinemax Inc. of Clearwater, Fla. Previously Hill held key sales-management positions with Bombardier Recreational Products and Kubota Corp.
“Bob is an accomplished sales and marketing professional with a strong dealer-development background. His broad experience and focus will help TAG and our LEER, Century and Raider dealers improve sales and market penetration in the key Midwest region,’’ said Dennis DeLeonard, TAG vice president of sales, marketing and business development.
‘’I am excited to be representing LEER, Century and Raider products because of their reputation with pickup truck owners everywhere for market-leading style, service and quality,’’ Hill said. ‘’I look forward to enhancing the value of our brands for dealers throughout the Midwest.”
Hill, who has an educational background in economics and political science, will be relocating from Florida to TAG’s Midwest headquarters in Elkhart, Ind.
Dennison has an extensive background and proven experience in fleet and commercial business, having served in sales and executive management with Sterling Corp. and Fontaine Truck.
“With the coordinated production of fleet and commercial caps at three manufacturing facilities across the U.S., TAG is poised for strong sales growth in the fleet market, and Granville is the ideal person to manage that growth,’’ DeLeonard said. ”His experience and strong credentials among fleet management professionals will open doors for TAG across North America.”
“I have long admired the strength of the LEER, Century, Raider and Pace Edwards brand names among retail consumers. It’s my privilege to translate their reputation for quality, innovation and value to the world of commercial fleet sales,’’ said Dennison, who has a degree in sales and marketing from the University of Memphis and additional training through the executive program at Stanford University.