Ebonite International adds four district sales managers


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    Morris, Enright, Zenner and Judy join the company

    EboniteLogo_mini.jpg Ebonite International has expanded its sales force by four new members, including two members of the former Columbia Industries sales staff, announced Scott McMillan, national field sales manager for the company.

    Paul Enright and Todd Zenner, who were already members of the Ebonite International family, as well as Mike Judy and Shawn Morris from Columbia Industries will represent all of Ebonite International's consumer and commercial products brands in their respective territories.

    "Naturally, our sales force has to expand to meet the needs of the company. We began our search within two days of our asset purchase of Columbia Industries because we knew they had a number of qualified, talented people," said McMillan. "Shawn and Mike join us from Columbia Industries and we're thrilled to have them. They bring an understanding of the brands and an excitement geared towards furthering the brands to the table.

    "Todd and Paul were already members of our family, one from our Demo Day staff and the other from our pro shop community. Ebonite International is excited to these four new team members. They are certainly joining us at an exciting and busy time."

    EboniteShawnMorris.jpg Shawn Morris, whose very first job was in a bowling center, joins the company as a former five-year DSM with Columbia 300. For 12 years, Morris owned a pro shop in the Chicago area before serving as the Player's Service Director for the PWBA Tour for nine years. Morris will reside in Maryland and his territory will include North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and southeast Pennsylvania.

    EbonitePaulEnright.jpg Paul Enright has ten years pro shop experience most recently with Sunset Lanes for two years. He also worked for five years at Showboat and two years in an ABC Booth. Originally from Rochester, NY, where his dad was a junior coach, Enright attended and bowled at UNLV for four years and has lived in Las Vegas since 1988. He and his wife have two children. His territory will include southern California, southern Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona and southern New Mexico below Albuquerque.

    EboniteToddZenner.jpg Todd Zenner has also been in the bowling industry since early childhood. His parents owned a center and he bowled on the Wichita State team that won the nationals in 1993. Zenner is a former Ebonite PBA regional staff member and southwest representative for Etonic Bowling Shoes. From 2003 to present, Zenner lead the Ebonite Demo Day program in his area and has also been a pro shop operator and bowling center mechanic. He resides in Kansas and his territory will include Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota and Missouri up to Columbia.

    EboniteMikeJudy.jpg Mike Judy joins the company as a former DSM for Track. He grew up a bowler and bowled at Wright State University. A bronze certified coach, Judy is credited with starting the bowling program at Middletown High School in Ohio and he is the president of the Miami Valley USBC Association. He and his wife have two children and they live in Ohio. His territory will include southern Ohio, southern Indiana, southern Illinois, eastern Missouri, Kentucky and Tennessee.