New VP for government projects at JLG

By Maria Hadlow30 May 2008

JLG has promoted Denny Buterbaugh to vice president of government projects and programmes for JLG Industries.

A veteran of the US Air Force, Mr Buterbaugh has worked in government sales and programmes at JLG for the last 14 years, most recently as director of government sales. In his new position Mr Buterbaugh will oversee and direct all activities within the government and military departments.

Tim Morris JLG's vice president of North American market development and sales said, "Denny will maintain focus on current contract awards and ensure JLG delivers high levels of customer satisfaction to our many valued military and government customers. JLG is fortunate to have Denny in this role with his intimate knowledge of the government and military contract business as well as his long history with JLG and access equipment"

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