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JP Solutions Elevates Eric Jodoin to Vice President of Sales

Jodoin brings business, key account management, sales and partnership development expertise to his new role at the premier full-service pet brand and manufacturing representation firm.

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(PRESS RELEASE) LONG BEACH, NY – JP Solutions, a premier full-service pet brand and manufacturing representation firm, is adding to its leadership team with the appointment of Eric Jodoin to vice president of sales.

Jodoin brings a wealth of business, key account management, sales and partnership development expertise to the role. Jodoin dedicated 20 years to retail store operations, elevating to store management, business strategy and marketing in addition to price negotiation and product purchasing at Osborne’s Farm and Garden Centers in Hooksett, New Hampshire. He further developed his career in sales and account leadership roles at retail and distribution organizations including Southern States Cooperative and Agway as a key account manager and business development role.

“On behalf of our brands and partners, I want to thank Eric for his valuable contributions to the development of our brands, distributors, vendors and partners,” said John Pelletier, president and founder of JP Solutions. “His dedication and steadfast leadership will be crucial to the continued growth of our company.”

JP Solutions is a manufacturer representative firm offering innovative and highly customized sales, marketing and distribution services to pet, small animal, and aquatic manufacturers throughout the Eastern United States including but not limited to Ethical Spot, Outward Hound, NPIC, and Treat Planet. Leveraging a combined 100 years in the industry, JP Solutions provides a unique personal touch to move the needle for its customers. Contact John or Eric directly at jpsolutionsne@yahoo.com or eric@jpsolutionsne.com for more information.

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