Progress Manufacturing, a Provo, Utah-based towing company, has welcomed Wayne Mitchell and Craig Williston to its sales team supporting Canadian dealers.
Kim Dewsnup, Progress Manufacturing account manager, is now working with Mitchell and Williston to get them up to speed on promoting the Equal-i-zer hitch and Fastway Trailer products.
“I am thrilled to be working with both Wayne and Craig,” Dewsnup said. “They are joining the team with years of experience and great relationships, providing us with a great spot in the market. It will be fun to see what we can achieve as we work together.”
Williston has worked in the RV industry for the last 14 years. Most recently he worked as an outside sales rep with NTP Stag Keystone. Williston is well-known in the RV industry, and has strong relationships across Canada, according to the company.
Mitchell entered the RV industry in 2003 with Victorian Industries Limited. In 2011, Mitchell left Victorian and took a position with Demco representing the Hijacker brand. In 2016 he founded GWN Marketing, and began working with ADCO, Samlex, Valterra, and most recently, Progress Manufacturing.
Mitchell and Williston are factory trained for both the Equal-i-zer hitch and Fastway products. They traveled to Progress Mfg. headquarters in Provo, Utah to not only receive the training, but also see where the products are made, how they are made, and to spend some time experiencing Utah on a fishing trip with Dewsnup.
“With Canadian feet on the ground, working with the Canadian dealers, it will be fun to watch the Equal-i-zer hitch and Fastway brands continue to grow across Canada,” said Rich Elliott, director of sales and marketing for Progress Manufacturing. “We appreciate our Canadian dealers and are looking forward to providing even more support to them with Craig and Wayne.”