RMI hires independent sales agent for Midwest, Eastern Plains

Larry McBee to take on the new role

RMILEE, Mass. – Ray Murray Inc., (RMI) recently hired Larry McBee as an independent sales agent for the Midwest and Eastern Plains. McBee is responsible for growing RMI’s hearth and outdoor living products and propane equipment business in Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma.

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Most recently, he was a successful retailer and founded his distributing company, Adventure Marketing Group. The addition of McBee will strengthen RMI’s sales and support to existing dealers and marketers and expand its business in the six states.

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Ray Murray Inc., (RMI) is a wholesale distributor of hearth, outdoor living and heating products and propane gas equipment. Founded in 1973, RMI now services dealers and marketers in 29 states through four strategic distribution centers in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Michigan and North Carolina.

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