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Justin Boot Company adds to sales team

Article-Justin Boot Company adds to sales team

Justin Boot Company adds to its sales team.

Justin Boot Company recently added three new members to the sales team: Jake Randazzo, Kent Nixon and Michael Bachkanji. 

Jake Randazzo will service the Louisiana territory. Prior to joining the Justin team, he resided in Houston, Texas, and travelled abroad extensively during his employment with Sperry Drilling Services, a division of Halliburton. Randazzo is a southern Louisiana native and has a degree in finance from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He is a member of the Tejas Vaqueros organization and the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. 

Kent Nixon will service the South Carolina and North Carolina territory. He has more than 18 years of experience in the footwear, Western and financial industries and was previously based out of Portland, Oregon, while working for LaCrosse and Danner Footwear. Nixon is an alumnus of North Carolina State University and a North Carolina native.
Michael Bachkanji is currently serving as a sales trainee in Fort Worth, Texas, at the Justin headquarters. Prior to joining the team, he completed an economics degree with a minor in business from the University of Oregon while gaining retail experience in the sporting goods industry. Bachkanji will continue to train in the Fort Worth office before being assigned a territory. 

Justin Brands, Inc. is a Berkshire-Hathaway corporation and its divisions include Justin Boot Company, Tony Lama Company, Nocona Boot Company, Chippewa Boot Company and Justin Original Workboots.

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