Treatibles Adds National Sales Manager


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Pamela Falcone Smith joined Treatibles as national sales director. 

 

Treatibles’ people, passion, mission and products inspire me,” said Smith. “As a solution-oriented strategist who thrives in innovative, fast paced environment, I am confident my results-focused approach will make a significant contribution to the continued growth of Treatibles.”

 

Smith’s responsibilities will include establishing and implementing national sales objectives, programs and action plans; supervising a sales team of 20-plus representatives along with national and regional distributors; creating and evaluating goals for the sales team and more.

 

Smith brings more than 20 years of pet, veterinary and consumer goods industry sales with a proven record of producing continual growth. Prior to joining Treatibles, Smith served as the national account director for Advantage, growing the Canidae and WellPet brands and increasing sales. Her pet and consumer brand experience through the years includes high level sales positions with Animal Health International and Mars Petcare (formerly the Nutro company) and as the volunteer manager for the National Disaster Search Dog Foundation.

 

“We are thrilled to welcome Pam to the Treatibles family,” said Julianna Carella, CEO and founder of Treatibles. “Her experience, enthusiasm and drive for success is an excellent fit for our team. I am confident that under her leadership, our sales – and sales team – will prosper.”

 

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