High Bar Brands Hires Northern Territory Manager

High Bar Brands Hires Northern Territory Manager

Montana native Tim Burdett joins HBB with substantial sales experience.

High Bar Brands (HBB) has announced the appointment of Tim Burdett as Northern Territory Manager.

Burdett is certainly familiar with High Bar Brands’ Northern Territory. The native Montanan now lives in Colorado. His familiarity with a region that also includes Wyoming, North Dakota, and South Dakota, was one of the things that drew him to his new position of Northern Territory Manager.

“I am truly excited to be back on a team traveling familiar territory and revisiting some old relationships,” Burdett said.

“With Tim’s vast experience as a district manager, sales manager, and other various roles in sales, I am very confident that he will bring to us a balanced and professional approach to the northern territory,” HBB Director of Sales Derek Quys said.

While Burdett feels his experience is a positive, he says it’s not the only positive he brings to High Bar Brands.

“I have over 25 years of experience in sales, but I think I can bring a new perspective as well,” Burdett said.

“Our client partners will enjoy his personality, lead by his integrity and organizational skills,” Quys said.

In addition to his new role at High Bar Brands, Burdett is also a new grandfather to Henry.  He also spends a lot of time outdoors, enjoying whatever nature throws at him.

“I love the mountains and taking pictures of whatever presents itself,” Burdett said.

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