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Vince Libercci to help MicroCare customers in the Eastern US

NEW BRITAIN, CT – MicroCare Corporation has appointed Vince Libercci as the regional sales manager for the Eastern USA. Libercci comes to MicroCare with more than 30 years of experience in account management and territory sales. He will focus on the company’s electronics and fibre optic product lines.

Before joining MicroCare, Libercci worked with Techni-Tool for 19 years as a territory account manager in the national capital region of Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C. where he provided solution-based consultation to a wide range of end users. Prior to that he worked for Newark Electronics as a senior branch manager.

‘Vince has been doing consultative sales for years. He knows the intricacies of working with customers and their technical product needs,’ said Dan Sinclair, national sales manager. ‘We are excited to add him as member of the MicroCare sales team. We will count on his expertise to not only gain new customers, but also provide his guidance and expertise to our existing customers.’

‘I’m happy to be joining such a committed, customer-focused company,’ said Libercci.  ‘I have always strived to be a prime resource for my customers and I’m looking forward to helping our MicroCare customers solve their critical cleaning problems with a combination of products and services that meet their needs.’

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