Bosch appointments four sales managers
FAIRPORT, N.Y.--Bosch Security Systems, Inc., on May 26 announced the appointment of four sales managers for various regions within the United States. The reps are responsible for working closely with Bosch dealers and integrators located in their designated areas to help support quality security installations. Lloyd Apricio handles sales of the Intrusion, Fire and Access Control/Systems (IFAS) portfolios in the Southwest, including Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Southern Nevada and Wyoming. Throughout Apricio’s 22 years in the industry, he has worked for both manufacturers and security integrators.
Holley Hunt manages sales of the IFAS portfolios in Southern California. Hunt is an expert in access control systems having sold and trained customers in the technology for more than 10 years. She currently serves on the board of the Inland Empire Alarm Association, an organization dedicated to supporting alarm companies in combating non-response policies of local law enforcement agencies.
Joe Scardino holds responsibility for the IFAS portfolios in the New York Metro region. Scardino joins the company with 28 years of industry experience and in-depth knowledge of the Bosch product portfolio. He chose Bosch for the strength of the portfolio and the positive reputation of the company’s products.
Mark Land now manages sales of Bosch video surveillance products and systems in Central/Eastern Ohio, including the metropolitan areas of Akron, Canton, Cleveland and Columbus. Land previously held the position of key account manager for Bosch, in which he developed expertise across Bosch’s range of products and systems. He joined the company in 1985 and has 28 total years of experience in the security industry.