June 1, 2017
Robin Krimminger Joins Ranch Hand As Outside Sales Representative
Robin Krimminger has joined Ranch Hand as an Outside Sales Representative for the North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia areas.
Robin has worked closely with national and regional automotive aftermarket warehouses for over 15 years. Her experience includes sales, business development, and market launch and trend analysis.
“Robin has unique and broad industry knowledge. Her experience is in product-based knowledge, understanding new market areas as well as the distributing and manufacturing processes,” VP of Sales Scott McClaugherty said. “Robin is a forward-thinking individual that truly understands the nature of our aftermarket industry, and the way it will shape our future,” McClaugherty added.
Robin holds numerous aftermarkets automotive certificates and attended Central Virginia College in Lynchburg, VA.
About Ranch Hand
Ranch Hand fitted its first grille guard on the front of a truck in 1986. A small shop in south Texas at the time, Ranch Hand was one of the first manufacturers to enter into the truck accessory industry. Since then Ranch Hand’s presence on the road has expanded from a single rancher’s truck in small-town Texas to tens of thousands of trucks, Jeeps and SUVs across the nation. Staying true to our roots, Ranch Hand products are proudly made in two small Texas towns: Shiner and Beeville.
Ranch Hand is part of Kaspar Companies. Established in 1898, Kaspar Companies has been doing business in South Texas through five generations of family ownership, 20 recessions, one depression, two world wars, numerous oil embargoes, several steel shortages and 20 presidential administrations. Starting with a single wire basket, Kaspar Companies has since grown to be the parent company of eight subsidiaries.