Management & Operations

CH Bus Sales moves Angell to VP, sales and service

Posted on August 11, 2017

CH Bus Sales, the exclusive distributor of TEMSA motorcoaches in North America, announced the promotion of Randy Angell to VP, sales and service.

He will remain the primary account executive for his current regional accounts but will also continue to manage the Midwest and Western regions, to drive sales and improve service and support for all CH Bus/TEMSA customers.

“Randy Angell has been an integral part of the growth of our company over the last several years and we are thrilled to promote him to this new position,” Duane Geiger, president/CEO of CH Bus Sales, said.

Angell joined the company in 2011 as an account executive for the Midwest region and has moved upward in a variety of sales positions.

CH Bus Sales continues to focus on growing the TEMSA brand nationwide and to remain a quality service and support provider throughout the entire motorcoach industry.

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