Mark Sendar has joined CENTRIA, a producer of architectural metal wall and roof systems, as the new Vice President of Sales. Sendar has 20 years of leadership in sales, distribution, pricing and customer care at Overhead Door Corp., most recently as Vice President, Customer Care, Pricing & Events and Oracle CX Solution Lead.
“It’s rare to find an individual with credentials and experience as extensive as Mark’s resume,” said CENTRIA President Preston Bowen. “His proven track record and years of experience in sales management made him the right choice to lead CENTRIA’s sales force to continued growth and success. We’re very excited to have him on board.”
Sendar will be based at the Moon Township, Pa., headquarters leading CENTRIA’s national sales organization, overseeing key accounts, and building and maintaining customer relationships in CENTRIA’s dedicated Dealer Network.
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