Bona US hires two new employees

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Aurora, Colo.—Bona US has hired Mike O’Neil as adhesive specialist, and Blake Reynolds as territory manager for Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma. Both joined Bona this fall to support the company’s growing business.

“As Bona continues to expand and grow, it’s critical we hire the best of the best for our team,” said Gregg Bethune, national sales manager, Bona US. “Blake and Mike are fantastic additions to our company. Bona is thrilled to have them on board.”

O’Neil will serve as Bona adhesive specialist in central and northern California as well as Oregon, Washington, Utah, Idaho and British Columbia, Canada. He brings a 30-year tenure in the hardwood flooring industry to Bona and holds a wide array of experience and skills working with distribution, contractors, builders, retailers, architects and designers.

As Bona territory manager for Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma, Reynolds will work with new and existing sales and distribution relationships. Prior to joining Bona, Reynolds worked with a variety of flooring substrates and in customer training on application best practices, daily and interim maintenance procedures, machines and safety. Blake will also spearhead Bona’s Regional Training Center in Addison, Texas.

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