Superior Performance Promotes Sales Manager

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Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Bobby Hodge

Superior Performance Inc., a company in premium threaded tubing and casing products and services, has promoted Bobby Hodge to sales manager, announced CEO Louis Roth.

Hodge will report to Roth and will work toward meeting sales quotas and company deadlines in the Houston sales division. He will assist the sales staff by serving the existing customer base and creating new business strategies. Additionally, Hodge will predict revenue volume for existing and new products.

With previous experience as a sales representative, Hodge brings a thorough understanding of sales and customer relations to this role.

Hodge holds two degrees from McNeese State University in accounting and computer science.

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