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9/15/2014

Col-Met Spray Booths Restructures Business

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Paint finishing equipment provider Col-Met of Rockwall, Texas, recently created an executive team to aggressively drive business growth.

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Paint finishing equipment provider Col-Met of Rockwall, Texas, recently created an executive team to aggressively drive business growth. “We have a very good business with awesome and dedicated people, but we are lacking a sales and marketing element that will take our business to the next level,” says Fouder and CEO Eric Jones.

Steve Houston joins Col-Met as the chief marketing officer and shareholder of Col-Met. At the same time, Charles Cecil, also a shareholder, will become president of Col-Met Spray Booths.

Trey Peavy has been promoted to director of technical services and shareholder, where he will lead the research and development efforts, building the next generation of products, Charlie Brown will continue to serve as director of finance and shareholder.  

“I am very excited to become a part of Col-Met, their reputation as a leader is something I have been familiar with for years, and now to be a part of this organization is extremely gratifying,” says Steve Houston. 

Please visit Col-Met’s website, colmetsb.com for more information.
 

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