Silent Knight welcomes new sales manager

Silent Knight has announced Jonathan Beach as its new regional sales manager for the U.S. Northwest Territory.

12/02/2010


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Silent Knight has announced Jonathan Beach as its new regional sales manager for the U.S. Northwest Territory. Beach will be responsible for providing sales support to Silent Knight's Farenhyt Engineered Systems Distributors and Security Equipment Distributors throughout Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

Prior to joining Silent Knight, Beach performed central station monitoring and fire alarm service and installation work. Most recently, Beach was the sales and project management lead for the fire alarm and new construction markets for Allied Fire and Security, an integrator in Spokane, Wash. Beach is NICET III certified and recently passed the NICET IV examination. He also serves on the Fire Alarm Code of Appeals and Advisory Board for the City of Spokane's Fire Department. Beach resides in Spokane, Wash., with his wife and two sons.



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