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Graph Tech Announces Four New Hires to Strengthen Customer Support, Business Development & Marketing

Vancouver-based Graph Tech Guitar Labs has announced four new hires; Justin Stadig, Jamie Bobyk, Shaun Verreault, and Gary Lambert. Both Stadig and Bobyk were brought on board to strengthen customer support and marketing, according to the company. Verreault and Lambert join Graph Tech to help with the company’s growing demands for GT products and to strengthen its service and sales.

As a customer service rep for Graph Tech, Justin Stadig will be helping with any product specific questions and handling daily orders. “We are happy to welcome Justin to our team. His experience and vibrant personality will be a great addition to our support team”, says Dave Dunwoodie, president of Graph Tech.

After spending years of marketing with a food equipment manufacturer, Jamie Bobyk says decided it was time to join Graph Tech as the marketing and communications manager because his true passion is guitars and music. “Having met Jamie several years ago, I knew he was the right fit for Graph Tech” says Dunwoodie.

Shaun Verreault, now inc charge of business development at Graph tech, spent many years in the music recording industry. He is the singer/guitarist/songwriter for platinum-selling blues/rock band Wide Mouth Mason, and has toured with everyone from the Rolling Stones to AC/DC, and ZZ Top. His main focus is strengthening Graph Tech’s sales channels and relationships. “Shaun is a natural when it comes to building relationships and his passion for guitars, playing, and the guitar industry are exceptional,” says Dunwoodie.

Lastly, Gary Lambert joins the company the area of business development. He brings 25 years of client relations, sales, and business development experience. “It goes without saying that’s Gary experience in sales and that of a guitar player make a great combination to serve our customers,” says Dunwoodie.

For more information, contact Graph Tech: 604-940-5353, www.graphtech.com.