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Experienced Sales Rep Needed / Houston Market

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Looking for a Experienced Sales Rep that has established accounts....We do offer top pay, full benefits (401k, health / dental insurance / paid vacation etc)......We are located just North of Houston, TX and are a full service, installation and manufacturing sign shop...(on top of being a state licensed electrical company as well as handling all facets of facility lighting)

We are looking for a aggressive, determined and self motivator that is looking to grow with our operation.......

Either drop your resume to my e-mail or give me a call to discuss. Thanks. Matt

Matt Baker

Bakers' Sign Manufacturing

www.bakerssigns.com

936-446-1239 (Office)

281-731-5629 (Cell)

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