Regency Expands Kansas City Sales Management Team

Raleigh, NC (PressExposure) May 27, 2009 -- Appointment of Jason Fisher Continues Company Growth

Regency Office Products (www.regencyofficeproducts.com), one of the nation's fastest growing, independently owned office products companies, announces today the appointment of Jason Fisher as sales manager of its Kansas City office. Fisher will lead the development of the sales staff, as well as support in the overall management of the market and new business development.

Fisher has been with Regency since 2004, most recently serving as manager of market development in the company's Raleigh office where he helped grow existing client's use of peripheral services.

"Jason continues to make significant contributions to the company in each endeavor he pursues," says Eric Beguelin, president and founder of Regency Office Products. "The drive and passion he brings to his work reflects on other employees and lifts the entire team to a new level."

A native of Kansas City, Fisher remains active in the community by coaching a boy's middle school basketball team.

For more information, visit http://www.regencyofficeproducts.com.

Media Contact: Cindy Stranad 919.232.5008 cindy@articulon.com

About Regency Office Products

Founded in 2002, Regency Office Products is one of the fastest growing, independent office supply companies in the United States. The entire staff of Regency is committed to providing a Total Office Solution, including general office supplies; ink and toner; technology; cleaning and break room supplies; furniture design, layout and installation; printing and promotional products; recycling; shredding and more. Regency has offices in Chicago, Dallas, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Nashville, Raleigh and Saint Louis. For more information, visit http://www.regencyofficeproducts.com or call 888.973.4362.

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Press Release Submitted On: May 27, 2009 at 9:29 am
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