Corey Shick Named Vice President Of Sales At Remington Industries

Monday, August 25, 2014
Corey Shick
Corey Shick

Remington Industries, an automotive accessory company, has announced the appointment of Corey Shick as vice president of sales.  Mr. Shick will report to Tim Parkes, CEO of Remington Industries, and will be responsible for managing the strategic sales direction of the company.

“Remington Industries is a dynamic manufacturer of matting and organization products that has demonstrated a desire to actively grow its retail and wholesale distribution business both domestically and worldwide,” said Mr. Shick. “To accomplish our goals, Remington has invested not only in our people, but also in resources to support growth within the businesses of our customers.” 

Prior to joining Remington Industries, Mr. Shick led sales teams with brands from leading manufacturers across multiple channels of distribution including RSC Chemical Solutions, HD Hudson Manufacturing Company and the Stanley Works.  Mr. Shick has a history of partnering with retailers and WDs to support their needs and growing their mutual businesses.

Before relocating to Tennessee to join Remington Industries, Mr. Shick was a community activist for children with learning differences in Greenville, S.C. He advocated for children and families as a member of the board of directors for the Center for Developmental Services, which links parents with services for developmental support.  Mr. Shick is a graduate of Regis University, where is he is also pursuing his MBA in business management.

For more information on Remington Industries and its complete line of vehicle solutions for interior floor protection, organization and safety, phone 238-3455 or visit www.remingtonind.com.

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