American Solutions for Business VP of Sales Inducted into Ben Franklin Honor Society
Rob Whitman, vice president of sales for American Solutions for Business (ASB), was recently inducted into the Ben Franklin Honor Society by Printing Industries of America. According to the organization, the award “recognizes and honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the advancement and betterment of the printing and graphic communications industry through meritorious service (paid or unpaid).”
Whitman has been in the print industry for over 35 years, having been recruited in 1984 off the LaSalle College (now University), where he graduated. Since then, he has held multiple roles over his career, including president of Innovative Print & Media Group and CEO of Everest Sales & Marketing. Whitman joined ASB three years ago and has been a vital member of the leadership team.
“ASB has such a unique approach as a company and each sales associate has their own vision of what they want to be and to achieve for themselves and their customers,” said Whitman. “Our model of supporting the sales associates as our clients has enabled me to become more of a servant leader, focused on helping others achieve their vision of greatness. I like creating and contributing to winning business and I like helping others to reach their best. American has allowed me the format to utilize my best skills and experience.”
“We are very proud to have Rob on our team,” expressed Larry Zavadil, ASB’s founder and CEO. “He is truly an expert in his field and works incredibly hard to ensure the success and support of our salespeople.”
Whitman was honored with his peers at the ceremony held on Nov. 15 in Houston.
“It is a nice honor and it is great to be recognized for my contribution to the industry and companies I have worked for,” concluded Whitman. “I will continue to look for ways to freely pass on the wisdom that others have shared with me over the years.”
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