Mon, Nov 03, 2003
Appointment Rounds Out Lancair’s U.S. Sales and Service
The Lancair Company revealed that Lancair veteran Doug Walker
will take over aircraft sales and service responsibility for the
company’s Eastern territory including Delaware, District of
Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Walker, who also owns Lancair Midwest serving
Michigan (east of Lake Michigan) and Ohio, will serve
the Eastern territory under the name Lancair East from his base on
Clermont County Airport (airport identifier I69) in Batavia,
"I am very excited and obviously extremely pleased to have the
opportunity to serve the Lancair pilots in the East region. From my
base of operations at Clermont County Airport in Cincinnati, Ohio,
home of Sporty's Pilot Shop, I can reach the furthest part of the
East region in two hours or less in the Columbia 350. What could be
more fun than that?"
For The Lancair Company, awarding the East territory fills out
the company’s plans for authorized U.S. Sales & Service
Centers. The company has a total of 12 authorized Sales &
Service Centers around the country.
“From the beginning, we’ve planned to keep the
circle of people representing The Lancair Company small,”
said Lancair Vice President of Sales & Marketing Mark Cahill.
“Doug and his organization have been champions of the Lancair
brand almost since the beginning and we’re proud to have him
representing us out to the East Coast.
The people of Delaware, DC, Maryland, New Jersey and
Pennsylvania have a great resource in Doug and his
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