Water Control Corp. (WCC) is excited to announce the expansion of its team with the addition of new territories by way of two rep agencies, the expansion of Emerson Swan and the addition of Priest-Zimmerman. This move will strengthen WCC’s presence in the lower Michigan area, Colorado, Western Wyoming, and the Nebraska Panhandle, ensuring exceptional service and support to a whole new area of the U.S.
Emerson Swan, an experienced rep agency that has been working with WCC, will now also cover the lower Michigan area with the opening of their new office. With this expanded coverage, Emerson Swan will be able better to serve WCC’s clients in the lower Michigan region while maintaining the high level of service for which WCC is known. Emerson Swan’s deep understanding of WCC’s products and services and their passion for customer satisfaction have made them an invaluable partner for the WCC team.
In addition, WCC is proud to introduce Priest-Zimmerman. This rep agency has joined WCC as representatives in Colorado, Western Wyoming, and the Nebraska Panhandle. Priest-Zimmerman has a strong sales and customer service background, making them an excellent fit for the WCC team. WCC is confident that their expertise and dedication will have a positive impact on their clients and contribute to the growth of WCC in these territories.
Adding Emerson Swan and Priest-Zimmerman to the WCC team is a testament to the company’s commitment to providing the best possible service and support for their clients. As WCC expands its presence and strengthens relationships with clients across the United States, they are excited to have Emerson Swan and Priest-Zimmerman onboard and look forward to the opportunities they will create for WCC clients and the company.
Please join WCC in extending a warm welcome to Emerson Swan and Priest-Zimmerman as they embark on this exciting new chapter in Water Control Corp.’s journey. With their contributions, WCC will continue to thrive and achieve even greater success in the years to come.
Source: Water Control Corp.