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(Aliso Viejo, CA – December 26, 2013)– KOR Water announced the hiring of Brian Potts to lead National Accounts Sales. Joining the KOR team immediately, Brian fills a key positions as the company continues to grow and expand its presence within the U.S. retail marketplace.
Potts becomes National Director of Sales and is responsible for creating and executing new account and channel strategies. Potts comes to KOR with extensive experience within the hydration industry. He previously held the positions of National Sales Manager for Move Collective, creators of bobble water bottles, and Director of Sales for Camelbak. Brian brings to KOR years of industry experience and relationships within the hydration and reusable bottle category.
“After the successful launch of the KOR Nava filtered bottle, we are now focused on expanding the reach of KOR products through retail partners,” said CEO and co-founder Eric Barnes. “Hiring Brian was essential to support KOR’s rapidly growing U.S. retail efforts as we serve national and mass accounts.”
“Having worked in the U.S. marketplace for hydration for years, there are few ‘brands’ that yield the design, performance and style of KOR’s product line,” according to Brian Potts. “I see an amazing opportunity to take KOR’s premium product line, which their team has patiently developed organically and methodically, and expand KOR’s reach to a wider set of consumers that are looking for more than just a water bottle.”
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About KOR Water
KOR is at the center of water. Our passion is to create the world’s most beautiful and functional hydration products that filter, store and enhance the water you drink. We’re obsessed with great design, in both form and function, and we strive to innovate in everything we do while making the world a better place. KOR’s hydration products are distributed at thousands of retailers in the United States and throughout the world in 50+ countries. We call our customers “water advocates” because together we’re celebrating and treasuring water, the one thing that connects us all. For additional information, please visit KOR Water, like KOR on Facebook and follow on Twitter. – See more at: http://www.korwater.com