Watts proudly opens new dealer showroom and announces strategic hires

Sept. 19, 2013

TWINSBURG, Ohio — In concert with the new location, the company announced two new hires.

TWINSBURG, Ohio — Yesterday, Watts Water Technologies held an event to celebrate the grand opening of its new full-service facility and distribution center in Twinsburg, Ohio, according to a press release.

Water Technology’s Editorial Director Rich DiPaolo was invited and attended an exclusive tour and celebration, which included a visit from the city of Twinsburg’s Mayor Katherine Procop. Photos will follow in coming days so please be sure to visit WaterTechOnline.com. 

The new Water Quality Dealer Showroom and Distribution Center location, which was designed to showcase the wide range of water quality solutions the company offers, includes an attractive display of water quality treatment solutions designed for residential and commercial use and serves as a distribution center for Ohio and surrounding states.

In addition to the new location, the company also announced two new hires.

According to a press release, Cora Dietz, CWS-VI, will serve as branch sales manager and Mike Cline has been hired as inside support/sales engineer for the new water quality showroom.

“This state-of-the-art, interactive showroom signals our commitment to offering the highest level of service, support and solutions for water quality dealers,” said Dietz, who played an integral role in the location’s design and planning. “Watts water quality continues to lead the industry in offering easy access for order pickup, replacement parts and/or one-on-one conversations with our business managers, engineers and technical advisors. This new branch is proof of our commitment to all of these principles.”

“Watts is thrilled to add Cora and Mike to our staff of highly-qualified and knowledgeable water quality treatment professionals,” said Bob Maisner, vice president of sales and support for the Watts water quality group. “Both Cora and Mike bring extensive water quality treatment experience and impressive credentials to their new roles, demonstrating our commitment to offer the highest level of service, support and solutions in the industry through strategic hires such as these.”

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