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Company hires for sales jobs in Connecticut

Posted on July 31, 2012

A sign company said it is expanding and hiring for sales jobs in Connecticut, among other locations around the country.

Signtronix is hiring in 57 cities throughout 30 states across the country.

Mainly they are looking for outside sales representatives.

“We are hiring for sales representatives for most of our regional offices across America in order to better reach out and contact the small business owners across the country. We want to tell them about – and show them – our sign products that will help them grow their businesses by gaining more exposure to the thousands of people who pass their business every day,” said Tom Johnson Jr., Director of Marketing for Signtronix.

He continued, “We feel we are doing our part in helping our economy woes twofold: 1) we are in the position to hire hundreds of people for these open positions immediately – hence helping the unemployment issue and 2) our products have been proven to help our customers gain new customers and grow their revenue. Many times they’ve seen a 20% to over 100% increase in business in a very short time frame.”

“This is truly an outstanding opportunity for anyone who is willing to work hard and wants to make the kind of money THEY think they are worth – not what the company they work for thinks they are worth. That’s the beauty of our sales position,” said Johnson.

Signtronix is a sign manufacturer for small businesses across the United States. The company was founded in 1959 and has helped over half a million customers in its 50 year history.

It offers many different sign products from outdoor electric signs, LED messages signs and indoor and window signs to help America’s small businesses get the exposure they need to their passing public and potential customers.

Johnson said, “This is truly an outstanding opportunity for anyone who is willing to work hard and wants to make the kind of money THEY think they are worth – not what the company they work for thinks they are worth. That’s the beauty of our sales position.”