HB Rentals Names Johnston Regional Sale Manager

press release
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Colin Johnston, Southeast Regional Sales Manager

Offshore & onshore accommodation specialist, HB Rentals, a Superior Energy Services company, has named Colin Johnston Southeast Regional Sales Manager, announced Vice President of US Land, Troy Roussel.


Operating out of Oklahoma, Johnston will lead the sales teams in Oklahoma, Arkansas; and Decatur, Texas. With recent organizational changes in the South business unit, Johnston has accepted the appointment to assist the division y giving much needed direction and stability to the sales team in the Southeast region. “Colin has been part of the corporate sales team since May 2010 and will be a key component to the land division’s growth,” said Roussel.

 

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