Dan Clasen Joins Johnson & Quin Sales Team
Johnson & Quin, Inc., a recognized name in full-service direct mail production and mailing services, announced that Dan Clasen, who has been with Johnson & Quin since 2018 as Manager of Postal Optimization and Logistics, will now also be working with the Sales Team on new business development for the company. This will be a dual role with Clasen selling Johnson & Quin’s direct mail print and mailing services, as well as continuing to manage the Postal Optimization department.
“Postage costs and planning are key to every direct mail program’s budget and success,” states Andrew Henkel, President of Johnson & Quin. “Dan’s success in developing our postal optimization processes and staff, along with his past sales experience make him an ideal candidate to expand our sales efforts.”
Clasen has been key over the past couple of years in managing postage costs, planning each job’s postage strategy, and managing the logistics so that mail arrives in-home on time. With Covid causing labor shortages and rising costs, many programs required a lot of guidance to ensure mail arrived on schedule. He also has a strong sales background with his past experience, identifying clients’ challenges and creating solutions for those companies.
“Dan brings extensive knowledge in mailing requirements, postal regulations, and logistics to the sales role. Our clients mail millions of pieces of mail each year, and postage costs are a huge slice of the direct mail budget. Dan will be instrumental in guiding clients on their postage and mailing, as well as selling Johnson & Quin’s full range of print services,” said Bob Arkema, Executive Vice President at Johnson & Quin. “We look forward to having Dan working directly with prospects and clients. We have expanded our production capacity over the past couple of years and look forward to providing more companies with high quality personalized direct mail production.”
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