Bridgestone names new VP of sales

Sept. 8, 2015
Bridgestone Commercial Group said Bryant Davis has joined the company as vice president of sales for the company’s truck, bus and retread tire business.

Bridgestone Commercial Group, a division of Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations (BATO), recently announced that Bryant Davis has joined the company as vice president of sales for the company’s truck, bus and retread tire business.

Davis comes to Bridgestone from PepsiCo Inc., where he served as senior market director of sales and operations, Bridgestone said. There, Davis developed and implemented the sales, marketing and operations strategy for a multi-state region, according to Bridgestone. During his 20-year career with PepsiCo Inc., Davis held various roles of increasing responsibility, including regional sales director, regional sales manager and senior auditor.

“Bryant has a proven track record of driving volume and revenue growth in a highly-competitive market, and we are excited to bring his sales and leadership talents to Bridgestone,” said John Boynton, president of truck, bus and Retread tire business.  “I am confident that Bryant will continue to evolve our sales strategies to align even tighter to the dynamic needs of our transportation customer.”

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