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Braun Ambulances Hires New Employees for Sales & Support

Eric Wilcox and Julie Overholt Join Braun Industries



See Braun Industries, Inc., in Product Connect | Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Van Wert, OH - Like many companies, Braun Industries knows a large part of their success as a custom ambulance manufacturer comes from their employees. Always on the lookout for new talent, Braun seeks out qualified applicants with a positive attitude and customer focus. Recently, the company welcomed new hires Eric Wilcox and Julie Overholt to the Braun family to enhance their sales and support teams.

Eric Wilcox will serve as the new Region 1 Regional Sales Manager. As Regional Sales Manager, Eric is dedicated to the Braun authorized ambulance dealers in Region 1 by providing dealer support, establishing dealer goals, developing new dealers, and conducting ambulance sales training.

Eric enjoys working one-on-one with departments to design custom ambulances to fit their individual requirements. He is also excited to see the new products that Braun is developing to merge fire and EMS apparatus into one emergency vehicle. Eric has the following to say about working at Braun, “Every employee from the top to the bottom is aware that we are in business for our customer and they are more than willing to stop and talk to, help, or listen to what our customers have to say.”

Julie Overholt joins Braun in Regional Sales Support. Julie is responsible for creating unique and innovative ads and marketing materials to increase exposure for Braun ambulances and spread the message that they are truly “Built for Life”. This is an especially important position this year as Braun Industries celebrates 40 years as an ambulance manufacturer. She also helps plan trade shows and other events, and facilitates communications between Braun and the Regional Sales Managers.

In her new position, Julie is most looking forward to spending time on marketing and graphic design. Specifically, she enjoys assisting with the company’s social media efforts by posting to Facebook and Twitter. “I enjoy working at Braun because I have a great respect for the Braun family and the quality product produced. It makes it easy to market a product I can trust if my family member ever needed to ride in an ambulance,” says Julie.

Braun Industries is proud to welcome Eric Wilcox and Julie Overholt and looks forward to enhancing their sales and support with the help of these two individuals.

About Braun Industries:
Braun Industries, Inc. is a leading ambulance manufacturer that has been designing and building custom emergency vehicles that are "Built for Life" since 1972. Braun's ambulance models offer exclusive innovations such as SolidBody™ construction, the EZ-Glide™ sliding door, the MasterTech™ III Multiplex electrical control system, and the VitalMax™ Lighting System. Braun is a member of the National Truck and Equipment Association (NTEA), the Ambulance Manufacturers Division (AMD), and the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA). The company is headquartered in a 105,000 square foot facility on 13 acres in Van Wert, OH. For more information, visit

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