Former RRD Sales Manager Joins Hudson Printing as New VP of Sales
SALT LAKE CITY — May 31, 2017 — Hudson Printing, a G7 Master Printer and one of the most trusted commercial printers in North America, announced that print industry veteran Greg Kempton is joining Hudson Printing as VP of sales. The addition of Kempton to the Hudson executive team is part of efforts to extend Hudson’s trusted printing services to customers from the Intermountain West to the Pacific Coast. Kempton’s print industry knowledge and insight into customer needs will help Hudson’s existing and new customers as the company grows.
“Coming from a multi-billion dollar print company, I was impressed with Hudson’s leading offset printing and digital printing capabilities, but what is really special is the feeling of trust they’ve established with their customers,” said Kempton. “Many of the people here have spent their entire careers at Hudson. It’s unique to see this kind of company loyalty today, but nearly unheard of for customers to have access to work with people with the high-level of industry knowledge that exists at Hudson.”
Kempton brings more than 19 years of industry experience leading enterprise print business solutions and sales. Most recently, Kempton was a regional sales manager with RR Donnelley & Sons Company where he drove regional sales targeting Fortune 1000 companies across the Intermountain Region the past 11 years. In his new role, Kempton will focus on delivering value to customers who can benefit from Hudson’s leading web offset and digital printing capabilities.
“Greg is an excellent addition to the Hudson team and is poised to leverage what customers have come to expect of Hudson – delivering superior printed work on time, and with no surprises,” said Paul Hudson, Hudson Founder and CEO. “Greg’s leadership and experience will help propel Hudson towards its next stage of growth and help new customers benefit from a printer they can trust.”
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