BETCO Announces Addition to their Growing Sales Team

BETCO Announces Addition to their Growing Sales Team

 

The Self-Storage Drafting, Building and Manufacturing Experts at BETCO, Announce the Addition of Craig Anderson to their Growing Sales Team

 

Anderson joins BETCO’s experienced sales team, serving the Midwest and Western Canada regions.

 

Statesville, NC August 25, 2020 – BETCO INC., your trusted manufacturing and building partner for custom self-storage buildings, today announced that self-storage industry veteran, Craig Anderson has joined their sales team to help support BETCO’s rapid growth and expansion into new markets.

 

Anderson has served the self-storage industry since 2003 in various sales, design, and customer support roles, and brings deep industry knowledge and valuable insights to BETCO.

 

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The BETCO team is driven to provide the best ground-up, self-storage buildings of every shape and size. Since 1984, self-storage developers have turned to the team of experts at BETCO for a seamless and flexible self-storage building process, from in-house consultation, drafting and design, manufacturing, building, installation, technology and more, BETCO handles it all. Anderson will work with developers in the Midwest region on the U.S. and Western Canada, providing them with exceptional products and services that have become a staple in the self-storage industry.

 

Roc Hughes, Vice President of Business Development at BETCO, said of Anderson joining the sales team:

“Craig Anderson has made his mark in the self-storage industry over the years and his knowledge and skillset will undoubtedly be an asset to BETCO. We’re elated to welcome him to the team as we continue to grow and provide unmatched, dynamic building solutions to the self-storage industry.”

 

To learn more about BETCO, Inc. and the possibilities in building self-storage, click the button below or visit: https://www.betcoinc.com/see-our-work

 

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Topics: self storage buildings, self storage development