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TAMKO Announces Executive Sales Leadership Promotions

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Stephen McNally promoted to SVP; succeeded by Alex Hines, who was promoted to VP of sales and marketing.

Stephen McNally was promoted to SVP and succeeded as VP of sales and marketing by Alex Hines at TAMKO, the company announced. 

McNally joined TAMKO in 1989 as a territory manager earning successive promotions to Northeast District sales manager, assistant VP-sales and marketing and VP of sales and marketing. 

McNally will continue to provide executive leadership to critical areas related to TAMKO’s sales and marketing efforts, including future expansions of TAMKO’s new Proline Series shingles introduced earlier this year.

“Stephen has done an outstanding job leading TAMKO’s sales and marketing, driving tremendous growth in sales, profits, creating mutually beneficial customer relationships and mentoring and developing an outstanding TAMKO sales team,” TAMKO’s Chairman and CEO David Humphreys said. “Alongside Stephen’s leadership, Alex has played a key role over the last 16 years to TAMKO’s Sales and Marketing operations, so we’re looking forward to the continued growth these promotions will bring to TAMKO.”

Hines joined TAMKO in 2005 as a project manager. 

He has earned several promotions to various roles, including corporate account manager, director of marketing, director of Builder/Contractor Relations and assistant VP of sales and marketing. 

In his new role, Hines will assume leadership of TAMKO’s sales organization, marketing and communications and warehousing.

“Alex has proven sales success and I’m confident his experience and leadership will help TAMKO continue its focus on sales and marketing,” Stephen McNally said. “TAMKO customers are in good hands.”

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