Town & Country Sales in Quinnesec, MI has recently announced some changes in its staff with a new service manager, service adviser, collision center manager, and an internet manager/marketing coordinator, according to ironmountaindailynews.com.
Kyle Pirlot, a 2005 graduate of Iron Mountain High School, is taking over as service manager. He has been with the dealership for four years and is also a certified Ford master mechanic.Travis Gedvick, 2009 graduate of Iron Mountain High School and 2011 graduate of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, will be promoted to the position of collision center manager. He received his Associates degree in collision repair and refinishing.
Gedvick is certified in several areas including I-CAR Platinum, I-CAR F150 aluminum repair, state of Michigan certified in collision repair, and CCRM certified. He has been with Town & Country for two years, reports ironmountaindailynews.com.
The duties of Internet manager and marketing coordinator will be taken care of by Shannon Nichelson. She has worked in the customer service and hospitality industries for more than 16 years.
Kathy Cunningham is the new service adviser at Town & Country. She has been in customer service for more than 10 years, said ironmountaindailynews.com.