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Waxie release

January 06, 2009
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San Diego, CA - WAXIE Sanitary Supply is proud to welcome three (3) new members to their Northern California division in Livermore, CA: Bruce Schilling, former CEO and owner of August Supply and industry veterans Paul Chairez and Francisco Miranda, also of August Supply.
Bruce comes to WAXIE as a former owner in the JanSan distribution industry and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience with him. As a Strategic Account Executive for WAXIE, Bruce will use his expertise in the Northern California marketplace to deliver WAXIE’s legendary service and unsurpassed quality of products known to the industry since 1945. He will report directly to Vice President, General Manager John Bielenberg.
Paul Chairez and Francisco Miranda, long in industry experience, will serve WAXIE as Sanitary Maintenance Consultants and will work out of WAXIE’s Livermore facility in Northern California where they will join the existing distribution team of over 55 professionals.

WAXIE has flourished in the Bay area since opening a facility in Hayward, CA in 1996. “We see much opportunity ahead in this marketplace and are excited about the opportunity to add such quality individuals to our team,” states Jeff Roberts, Executive Vice President for WAXIE.

WAXIE Sanitary Supply is America’s largest family-owned distributor of sanitary maintenance supplies. WAXIE is an industry leader in the distribution of quality cleaning chemicals, equipment, disposables, and accessories to the building service contractor, school, hospitality, healthcare, military, government, industrial, and retail markets. Based in San Diego, the company consists of over 800 dedicated professionals working out of Inventory Centers servicing the western United States including California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Oregon, Alaska, Washington and Colorado. Additional information about WAXIE Sanitary Supply may be obtained at www.waxie.com.

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