NAC Announces Two Outstanding Additions to Management Team

Westerville, OH (Jan. 1) – NAC, a leader in the development and administration of service contract products and services, is proud to announce the addition of Paul Leary as National Sales Manager/ Strategic Relationship Manager and Henry Paoli as National Business Development Manager.

Leary's new role will be to work with NAC agents in the Western U.S. to lead recent expansion efforts and seek out new partnering opportunities and initiatives throughout North America.

Paul Leary comes to NAC with 19+ years of experience within the vehicle service contract industry, including claims adjustment, supervision and management, and sales development and management, including an impressive sales team leadership background.

Henry Paoli's new role will be to work with and manage NAC agents in Ohio and Michigan, as well as to recruit top quality agents to represent NAC throughout the country.

Paoli comes to NAC with 12+ years of sales management experience in the vehicle service contract industry.

“Both individuals bring invaluable knowledge and resources to NAC. We are excited to have Mr. Leary and Mr. Paoli on-board and looking forward to continued profitable growth as we expand our agent-based sales force and new partnership initiatives,” says Pete Biscardi, President of NAC.

Prior to their positions at NAC, Leary was the National Sales Director/Business Development Leader for Warranty Solutions (formerly known as GE Auto Warranty Services), and Paoli was Sales Manager (Southeast region) for Warranty Solutions, where he was responsible for working with agents to grow the size of their portfolios and recruit new agent representatives for his company.

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