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From left to right: Wade Falkenhal, Jeff Bays and Harold Berg, Buyers Products.

Buyers Products expands sales team

Work truck equipment company adds two new district managers and national accounts manager.

Buyers Products, a manufacturer of work truck equipment, recently added two new district managers and a national account manager.

The company named Harold Berg district sales manager. He’ll work in the New England states, as well as Quebec and New Brunswick.

In this role, Berg will represent Buyers Products and its associated brands (SnowDogg, SaltDogg, ScoopDogg and DumperDogg) throughout the territory. He has 22 years of sales experience in the truck equipment industry, most recently serving as regional sales manager at J&J Dump Bodies & Trailers. Berg earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Salisbury University.

Jeff Bays was appointed to district sales manager. His territory includes Idaho, Montana and Wyoming, as well as Alberta and Saskatchewan. In this role, Bays will represent Buyers Products and its associated brands throughout the territory.

Before coming to Buyers, Bays was co-owner and general manager of AD Performance, a small chain of performance parts shops for all-terrain vehicles, utility vehicles and motorcycles. Prior to that, he was involved in the work truck equipment industry in a wide range of sales and service capacities. Bayes earned his associate’s degree in business management from Miller Motte Technical College.

Wade Falkenthal is the new national accounts manager. He’ll represent Buyers and its associated brands, working with selected Buyers accounts that have national reach. Falkenthal previously served as national accounts manager at Power Products. He earned his bachelor’s in finance from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.

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