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ColDesi expands its California office
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May '13
ColDesi, Inc. a distributor of tee shirt decorating systems, including direct garmenting printers, commercial embroidery machines and rhinestone transfer equipment announces the expansion of its California office. The ColDesi office in Santa Ana, California was opened at 1700 E.

Gary Avenue earlier this year in order to provide local service and support to its growing customer base on the West Coast, as well as some product demonstration capabilities. Customer demand has been so high though, according to Management, that the addition of salesperson was warranted months ahead of schedule.

Joseph Park, the new Regional Account Manager for ColDesi, will be handling sales of all of the company’s products for the region. Joseph has a long career in the Sewing and Commercial Embroidery Machine markets. Most recently, he was the Senior Operations and Sales Manager for Sunstar USA and SWF.

The Company indicated that his great reputation and strong product knowledge of SWF embroidery machines and the California decorated apparel marketplace to be key factors in the decision to bring him aboard.

ColDesi, Inc, after a decade of serving customers in the Eastern US, South America and Canada, expanded into the West coast market in January of 2013. With satellite offices in New York, New Jersey and the Chicago, Illinois area in addition to the Santa Ana facility, they are now the only truly national organization that sells and services premier brands of DTG Printers, Automatic Rhinestone Transfer machines and commercial embroidery machines in the country.

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