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RJ Young Grows and Adds New Executives for Key Roles

10 Feb, 2011

RJ Young Grows and Adds New Executives for Key Roles


Jackson, MS (Jan., 2011) – The RJ Young Company is pleased to announce Phil Dixon as their new Regional Sales Manager and Jason Crapps as their new Canon Sales Manager.

“We are fortunate that we are continuing to grow and have the need to develop new positions and promote from within,” said Chip Crunk President & CEO RJ Young Company.

Phil Dixon is now responsible for overseeing the sales manager’s and teams for the west region of the RJ Young footprint; which includes Jackson, Hattiesburg, Biloxi, Tupelo, Columbus and Memphis. Phil has been in the copier industry for over 28 years and specifically with RJ Young for six.  Previously he was the Canon Team Sales Manager in Jackson, MS.

“Phil has done an amazing job building his team and will be essential to our continued growth in Mississippi and Memphis,” said Hunter McCarty COO RJ Young Company. Phil and his wife reside in Benton, MS, with their three children and three grandchildren. Phil is a graduate of Delta State University, which he attended on a baseball scholarship, and earned a BSE and MSE degree.

RJ Young is also pleased to announce Jason Crapps as their new Canon Sales Manager. Jason was previously a Sales Representative for Phil Dixon and had been with the company for four years. Recently he left to pursue other interests; we are excited to welcome him back to RJ Young.

RJ Young is the largest independent digital office equipment provider in the Southeast offering solutions to manage your copiers, printers and documents.  RJ Young has been in business for over 56 years. They are headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee and have 350+ employees throughout five states and 16 locations. For RJ Young’s complete range of products and services, visit www.rjyoung.com




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