Indusparquet begins direct service to Midwest

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Alan Corral
Alan Corral

Miami, Fla.—Indusparquet has named Alan Corral to role of business development manager for the Midwest direct market, which was formerly serviced by All Tile. Corral will join the company beginning Feb. 22.

“We are so excited to add Corral to our team and give our company much more physical presence in the market and continue to capitalize on the tremendous interest we are seeing for our products in this market,” said Jodie Doyle, vice president of U.S. sales and marketing. “Jason (Elbert) will manage Alan and I cannot think of a better mentor for a young, eager sales rep than him. We are so excited to get Alan out into the field, meeting with our customers and growing the business.”

Corral resides in Aurora, Ill., and attended Illinois State University. The Midwest direct market for Indusparquet includes: Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas.

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