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Thursday, 20 Feb 2003 ( #95 ) - PORTLAND, United States
Cascade Corporation has hired Danny Jacobs as Territory Manager. Jacobs will be responsible for Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Western Tennessee.

Jacobs is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, and has 27 years experience in the Material Handling Industry in sales and sales management. He lives in the Memphis, Tenn. area with his wife, Lisa, and will maintain an office in his home.

Cascade hired Jacobs to replace Ralph Dixon, who was promoted to Regional Sales Manager. In his new position, Dixon will oversee Cascade's Territory Managers in central and western U.S. He will also maintain some Strategic Accounts and continue serving central Arkansas as Territory Manager.

Celebrating 60 years, Cascade Corporation is the world leader in quality lift truck attachments, forks and accessories.

- Cascade website -

Pictured: Danny Jacobs (above) and Ralph Dixon (below)
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