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We are actively searching for Southeast, Account Manager responsibilities would include supporting existing customers and distributors and developing new potential business through the existing distributor network with all sign companies within their territory. This account manager’s position could involve significant travel within the region, to trade shows and to our corporate headquarters. This team member will report to the Manager of Sales. The headquarters of Elemental LED is located in Northern California, in Emeryville CA the heart of the East Bay Area. Please e mail resume to: greg.parr@elementalled.com or call 1877-564-5051 ext 346

Sign industry experience is required.

At least two years of experience in dealing with a multi layered complex sales model selling our product through a distribution network is desired.

This area would include but possibly not limited to




South Carolina

North Carolina



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Are you still looking for sales people?

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I see this was posted back in January 2013.

Are you still looking for a Account Manger for the Southeast?



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