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Michael Hock joins Johnson & Quin as National Sales Executive

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Niles, Ill. - Johnson & Quin, a national leader in targeted full service direct mail printing and production services, today announced the appointment of Michael Hock as senior account executive. In this role, Hock is responsible for new business development, project management, and the fostering of relationships with existing accounts across the Northeast in the retail, insurance, and financial industries. Hock brings to the company more than 14 years of experience in the print and direct mail industries.

Most recently, Hock worked in the capacity as an account executive for IWCO Direct, where he contacted and developed large direct mail accounts with a talent for building long-term relationships with his clients. Before that, Hock worked at National Envelope Company and Transcontinental Direct, specializing in integrated services including direct mail printing, personalization and lettershop, fulfillment, database management, and call center capabilities.

"Michael brings a great background of production knowledge and track record of business development.  Johnson & Quin is looking forward in continuing his success in the Northeastern part of the country," said David Henkel, president of Johnson & Quin. "Michael's previous relationships will provide clients with the support they need to meet their direct mail objectives. We're very excited to welcome Michael to the company."

Hock holds a bachelor's of science degree in business and finance from Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, Maryland.  Michael is married and has three children and resides in Moorestown, New Jersey.

 

 

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