For Immediate Release
For more information, contact:

Name: Ryan Holtzman, Vice President
Phone: 314-880-8727

HOLT Electrical SuppliesGrows Sales & Service Capabilities Through Strategic Hire

ST. LOUIS, MO.— On June 3, 2019, HOLT Electrical Supplies expanded their sales department with the addition of Dustin Davault. Dustin, an experienced electrical systems sales professional, is filling a new role at HOLT as Quotations Manager.

Adding yet another layer of expertise to HOLT’s already robust capabilities, Dustin’s role will include overseeing the quotation process, strategically advising HOLT customers on electrical systems components, among other duties.

Dustin earned his Associate’s degree in electrical systems design from Ranken Technical College and has spent the last 15 years in sales positions for some of Missouri’s electrical industry leaders.

“Dustin’s experience and depth of knowledge is a huge asset to our team,” said Ryan Holtzman, vice president of HOLT Electrical Supplies, Inc. “We are excited to see the positive impact he is going to have on our ability to serve our customers.”

Dustin’s role as Quotations Manager at HOLT Electrical Supplies, Inc. was created to help the company continue to grow by serving its customers better. Dustin’s education and experience in electrical systems design allows him to ensure that HOLT customers have every component they need for any project from the very beginning.

“HOLT had been a customer of mine in several of my previous roles,” Dustin said. “They’re a great company and I’m looking forward to helping them succeed.”

About HOLT Electrical Supplies: HOLT Electrical Supplies, Inc. is a family-owned, full-line electrical distributor that has been serving the industry since 1960. With six branches in Missouri, HOLT has the capacity to meet any residential, commercial, or industrial needs with personalized service.

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