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New president of Proco Products May 1

By Scott Jenkins |

Mike Lassas has been appointed to the position of President of Proco Products, Inc. (Stockton, Calif.; www.procoproducts.com), effective May 1, 2019. In his new position as President, Lassas will handle all day-to-day operations at Proco. 

Lassas was born and raised in Minnesota and attended the University of Minnesota, receiving a degree in Sales & Marketing in 1986. After serving in the U.S. Navy from 1987 – 1991, Mike joined Proco Products in October 1994 as an Inside Sales/Customer Service Representative. He was later promoted to Assistant Marketing /Advertising Manager and eventually to Regional Sales Manager.

 

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