Sunsong North America Appoints Drew Stahl as Director of Sales

Sunsong North America Appoints Drew Stahl as Director of Sales

Stahl brings more than 25 years of industry experience to his new position, most recently with First Brands Group.

Sunsong North America has appointed Drew Stahl as director of sales. In his new role, Stahl will report to Jeff Coggins, vice president of Sunsong USA. 

Stahl brings more than 25 years of experience in the automotive industry to his new position. He previously held various roles at Cardone Industries from 1998 to 2019, and most recently served as director of traditional sales for the Eastern U.S. at First Brands Group. 

As Director of Sales, Stahl will be responsible for leading and managing Sunsong’s sales efforts, driving growth, and fostering strong relationships with key customers. His deep understanding of the automotive industry and his proven track record of driving sales make him an invaluable asset to the company. 

“We are delighted to welcome Drew to our team as director of sales,” said Coggins. “Drew’s wealth of experience in the automotive industry and his track record of success make him the ideal candidate for this role. We are confident that he will help us continue to drive growth and deliver exceptional service to our customers.” 

“I am honored to be joining the Sunsong team as director of sales,” said Stahl “I am excited to work with such a dynamic and dedicated group of professionals and to contribute to the company’s continued growth and success. I look forward to building strong relationships with our customers and delivering exceptional value to them.” 

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