Lippert Components Names Sales Manager

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Elkhart-based Lippert Components Inc. has named James Stringer regional sales manager, west central territory to support LCI's aftermarket business. He previously served as territory sales representative for Black & Decker, Meyer Distributing and Coast Distribution. Stringer will be replacing Scott Laidlaw. Laidlaw now services California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona and Nevada in his regional sales manager position.

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