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Aqua Products Group has announced the addition and promotion of several employees:
Nicholas Gianni has moved his base of operations to Arizona. He has 14 years with the company since finishing his tour of duty with the U.S. Marines in Iraq. Gianni assumed the role of president in 2017 and has steered the company to steady growth ever since. He will remain president of TOMIKO Inc., but his responsibilities will also include the overseeing of operations and market expansion in Las Vegas, Southern California and Arizona.
Charles Kahmann will be a solid addition to the company's Northern California outside sales staff. Kahmann is a seasoned sales manager from several other industries. He will bring his years of sales experience and his marketing creativity to the company's outside sales team. The company knows others will be excited to work with him and his dynamic, outgoing personality.
Robert Hutslar (Bob) has joined the company's Southern California outside sales group and will be working with the plumbing distributors he has been calling on for many years. Hutslar brings his wealth of knowledge in the plumbing industry after spending 13 years as national sales manager for Laing Thermotech in San Diego and nine years as national sales manager for R.W. Lyall gas pipe and fittings in Corona, California.
The company considers itself very fortunate to have Sushma Narayan join its team. Narayan will be in charge of all aspects of the company's accounting department. She comes to Aqua Products Group with an excellent accounting background with Sara Lee Foods. Narayan has an extensive knowledge of all Microsoft Office Suites, Quick Books programs and more.
Manisha Prakash will move back to her position as inventory control and inside sales assistant. Prakash held this position in the past and did an exceptional job while working with the company's manufacturers and vendors. While overseeing the bookkeeping department for the past year, she made a valiant effort to work both positions. The company thanks her for filling the gap for so long, and it is very glad to have her back in the position she successfully held for the previous six years.