January 31, 2014

Q'Straint names 2 new regional sales manager

Q’Straint, developer and manufacturer of wheelchair passenger safety solutions for public and private transportation, named two regional sales managers.

Mitch Drouillard will serve as southern regional sales manager, transit and rail market, while Don Eaton was named the western regional sales manager, transit and rail market.

Drouillard brings valuable industry sales and technical experience to his new position at Q’Straint. He joins the sales team and will focus on developing new business and building customer relationships within the transit and rail sectors. Drouillard spent 15 years in the automotive industry, focused on sales and sales management for a tier-one original equipment manufacturer, working extensively with government agencies.

With more than eight years of experience in the transit industry, Eaton brings valuable knowledge and insight into mobile video surveillance. He previously was with Apollo Video Technology, a leading provider of mobile video for transit.

In his new position with Q’Straint, Eaton will focus on developing new business and building customer relationships. He works with all levels within a transit agency to provide safety driven results which provide a return on investment.

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