Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Comstar Supply Announces Appointment of Ross Smith to Sales Team

For more information, contact:
Dan Clifton, [email protected]
(610) 831-5020

COLLEGEVILLE, PA – March 7, 2017Comstar Supply, Inc., a national distributor of telecommunications network products and services, today announced Ross Smith has joined the company as National Account Manager. In this position, Smith will deliver on his proven sales success and ability to drive revenue by leading the company’s large and strategic account outreach.
“Adding Ross’ proven leadership and enviable sales track record to the Comstar Supply family means we are ideally positioned to grow our business and meet the demands of our customers,” said Chad Punchard, President and CEO of Comstar Supply. “His first-hand dealings with the largest accounts in our industry, and deep knowledge of fiber and network construction, make this a home run for us and will propel us to new heights in 2017 and beyond.”
Prior to joining Comstar Supply, Smith served more than nine years as the Eastern Region Manager for Sumitomo. There he had sales responsibility for Sumitomo’s Carrier Network Group for 26 states. Subsequently, he spent nearly 17 years in similar positions with NEPTCO Incorporated, where he earned numerous sales honors and industry accreditations.
Smith served five years United States Air Force, and attended both Fitchburg State College and the Community College of the Air Force.

About Comstar Supply
Comstar Supply, Inc., was founded in 1994 with the goal of providing the communications industry with the necessary materials and tools to successfully complete projects in a timely and cost-effective manner. Through its Collegeville, PA, and Raleigh, NC, facilities, the company serves a diverse customer base that includes telephone and electric utilities, CATV companies, CLEC local/long haul fiber-optic companies providing combined internet, telephone, and CATV services. Further information about the company can be found at www.comstarsupply.com.

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