Otari Corporation Names Management Changes

Dec 27, 2001 12:00 PM

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Otari (Canoga Park, Calif.) announced that, effective immediately, Sukeo Tsukada is the new president of Otari Corporation of America (OCA). Tsukada joined Otari in 1970 and came to the U.S. shortly thereafter to help establish OCA.

"Sukeo Tsukada is an excellent manager with an extensive background in finance," commented Otari founder and CEO Mr. Hosada. "His leadership qualities, as well as his broad knowledge of Otari's markets and diverse customer base, will have a significant impact on the growth of Otari in the U.S. We're very pleased to have Mr. Tsukada in this position."

Former Southeast regional sales manager, John Spencer, has been promoted to the VP of sales and marketing position. Based out of Otari's Southeast regional office, Spencer will direct the sales and marketing effort for Otari professional audio and industrial products division.

John Sarappo, who held the product specialist position, has now been promoted to marketing coordinator. In this new position, Sarappo will work closely with Spencer and Otari's marketing communications agency to develop advertising and PR programs, and will serve as the company's principal contact for media relations.

For more, visit Otari on the Web at www.otari.com.






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