Champion Announces New Position and Hire of VP of Sales

October 30, 2017



Champion Manufacturing Inc., a leading manufacturer of healthcare seating, announced the addition of a newly formed executive position in the organization’s headquarters.  Effective October 16th, Jeff Nolan will assume the role as Vice President of Sales.  

“Our new VP of Sales will oversee the strategy and performance of the sales, marketing, and service teams,” said Doug Keeslar, President and CEO of Champion.  “As we continue to grow, it is very important to keep adding resources and experiences that will allow us to deliver increased value to our customers through new and innovative methods.  Jeff brings a dynamic mix of professionalism and customer focus that blends well with the foundational values that Champion has developed over the past twenty-five plus years.”

“I’m thrilled to be joining the team,” said Nolan.  “Champion has a strong history as the industry leader in healthcare seating and I look forward to working with our growing team. We will continue to advance our extensive product suite and service solutions to help our valued customers efficiently deliver the most comfortable patient care possible.”

Prior to joining Champion, Nolan worked at McKesson as the Director of Sales for the Medical-Surgical Division.  Prior to McKesson, Jeff worked at LifeNet Health as a Regional Manager.  Nolan has a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Indiana State University.  

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