ProSystems welcomes new factory representative

Aug. 26, 2014

ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill. — ProSystems, a division of Aquion Inc., partners with plumbers and contractors to grow their businesses by offering customers affordable water treatment products.

ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill. — Reggie Medlin has joined ProSystems as the factory representative for the Mid-Atlantic region, according to a press release.

Medlin, WQA-CWS and NAFEM CFSP certified, will be responsible for sales in Georgia, Washington D.C., North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Maryland, and will report directly to Aquion Executive Vice President, Business Development, Eddie Garmon, stated the release.

Medlin is a former plumber and was previously employed at Everpure, where he worked for 20 years beginning as a district manager in the Southeast, later holding titles as a regional manager, zone manager and director, reported the release.

He also has work experience as a distributor sales employee and general manager for Empire Equipment Distributing in North Carolina before moving to Everpure, noted the release.

“I’m looking forward to sharing my knowledge and experience in the water treatment industry to help our ProSystems partners grow their business in new directions,” said Medlin.

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