In its continuing efforts to build and develop relationships with customers, industry associations and dealers, Jacobsen, a Textron Company, has added to its dealer network and sales staff.
Jacobsen added two dealers to its global network: Marks Golf Cars will serve customers in Montana, and Scott Turf will support customers in western Virginia and the eastern side of West Virginia.
Adam Smith is Jacobsen's newest territory sales manager, responsible for supporting dealers and U.S. customers in Missouri, southern Illinois, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota and Canadian customers in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Adam comes to Jacobsen with 15 years of experience in the golf industry, holding sales management positions at Rain Bird, Bernhard and Outdoor Equipment Company.
Tony Grasso recently started as territory sales manager, responsible for supporting dealersand customers in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Jersey and portions of New York. He comes to Jacobsen with 30 years of experience in the golf industry, with the majority of that time as a golf course superintendent at Metropolis Country Club and Willow Ridge Country Club, both in New York.
Joseph Foley was hired as product sales demonstrator and will support dealers in West Virginia, Virginia, Delaware and Maryland on product demonstrations, field days, product road shows and other events. He will be based in Lynchburg, Va. Foley comes to Jacobsen from The Badin Inn and Golf Club in North Carolina, where he served as golf course superintendent. He also served in the U.S. Army, completing tours of Iraq in 2003 and 2005.