Vixen hires Aaron Carpenter to help develop non-RV markets for composite panels
ELKHART, Ind. — Aaron Carpenter has joined Dicor Corporation affiliate Vixen Composites as Director of Market Development for Composite Panels.
Carpenter will lead Vixen sales and market development efforts by seeking new opportunities outside the RV market in architectural, construction, transportation, marine, military and other industries. He will also assist Vixen in establishing internal and external standardized operationalprocedures.
Carpenter graduated with honors in obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Bethel College, where he was also an NCAA standout in soccer. Aaron’s has an extensive background in business. He most recently came to Vixen from Bethel College, where he served as the Senior Director of Development.
Carpenter has owned his own business, ARGORA Sales and Marketing. He was also a partner and operations manager at Power Products, LLC, a director of sales and marketing at Proto-Fab, Inc., and regional sales manager for ACTIA Corporation, Inc.
“Vixen is poised to take advantage of opportunities in a number of markets as manufacturers start to appreciate what a sophisticated range of composite paneling can do for them,” said Vixen General Manager Gordon Frost. “We believe Aaron has the right kind of experience and leadership to grow our business in these varied markets. We are excited about having him on board and what we can accomplish with his expertise.”
Gordon added that Vixen Director of Sales Tom Conn will continue to develop all of the Vixen FRP and panel business in the RV market.
For more about Vixen Composites and its products, visit vixencomposites.com.
The Dicor Corporation (dicor.com) is a major, long-time supplier to the RV industry through its affiliated companies: Dicor Products, Seal Design, United Shade and Vixen Composites. Although selling a wide range of products, all Dicor Corporation companies commonly thrive as customer-driven and focused on simplicity, innovation and customer confidence in whatever they sell.
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