Solair Shade Solutions adds two product specialists

Jon ScuncioJon Scuncio
GLEN RAVEN, N.C. - Trivantage, a distributor of specialty fabrics and associated products, recently hired two new team members to its growing division of shade products. Jon Scuncio and Brad Palm have been named product specialists for awning and exterior shade products brand Solair Shade Solutions.

In their new positions with Solair, Scuncio and Palm conduct focused sales and installation training for retail associates to help grow awning and fabric kiosk sales in the patio retail channel. Additionally, Scuncio and Palm identify and implement strategies to improve quality of service and productivity for customers, sales representatives and consumers.

"Adding Jon and Brad to the team strengthens our ability to develop and grow the Solair awning program to ensure patio retailers have the knowledge and tools needed to successfully sell our high-quality shade
Brad PalmBrad Palm
solutions," said Rett Haigler, business manager of Solair. "Already possessing strong sales and management backgrounds, they have worked hard to become fully engrossed in the Solair business and our product line. We're excited to have them on our team and look forward to what the future holds for the patio retail channel."

Before joining Solair, Scuncio served as commercial sales manager at Gale Pacific, USA, a global marketer and manufacturer of branded screening and shading products. There he established, managed and serviced commercial accounts across North America.

Palm served as a major accounts district manager at Automatic Data Processing (ADP), a provider of business outsourcing and human capital management solutions. Palm also served as an outside sales representative for Trivantage for two years prior to his time at ADP.

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