Prosoco Hires Two Regional Sales Managers

Prosoco Hires Two Regional Sales ManagersParker Sloan, covering the Pacific Northwest, and Ken Rathbun, covering the Great Lakes-Chicago area, are the newest regional sales managers for the company.

Parker Sloan joins Prosoco as a 10-year veteran in construction and building materials. He previously worked for Grace Construction products and GCP Applied Technologies.

Sloan will serve customers of all Prosoco products in Utah, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba. He succeeds Jake Boyer, who has recently been promoted to lead Prosoco’s cleaners and protective treatments group.

Ken Rathbun brings more than 11 years of experience in building materials to Prosoco. Most recently, he worked in minerals technologies for Cetco Building Materials. He also worked at Hilti North America as a structural account manager.

Rathbun will serve customers of all Prosoco products in Chicago, Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota and Michigan’s western upper peninsula. He succeeds Nick Savage, who has recently been promoted to lead Prosoco’s concrete flooring group.

About Prosoco

Based in Lawrence, Kan., Prosoco is a national manufacturer of products for cleaning, protecting and maintaining concrete; making building envelopes air- and water-tight; and cleaning, protecting and restoring new and existing masonry buildings. We strive to provide innovative products and services that improve the appearance and performance of our built environment. Since our founding in 1939, we’ve fostered a reputation across the nation and internationally as a company that goes above and beyond for our customers in every way possible.

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