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Kotowski Joins Utility

Originally published: 08.28.12 by HVACR Business Staff


Utility, an 86-year-old plumbing and heating chemical manufacturer, recently announced the appointment of Vincent Kotowski as National Sales Manager.   

Kotowski has been involved in the plumbing and heating industries for more than 10 years as both a sales representative and National Sales Manager. 

"I have known and worked with Vinnie for several years, and I know his efforts and his leadership skills will continue to spark Utility’s impressive growth and continue its reputation of quality and service," said Audie Kranz, President of Utility.


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