Pyrene Provides Another Corporation Official
Pyrene Provides Another Corporation offcial.
The Pyrene Sales Organization on which the Pyrene Manufacturing Company recently drafted a new president in the person of C. Louis Allen, has again been called upon to provide an official for a corporation. Mr. E. L. Kent, who for the last several years has been Railroad Sales Manager for the United States, has been elected vice-president of the Metal Hose and Tubing Company, and has resigned his position with the Pyrene organization. Mr. Kent is a young man, but his work with the Pyrene Manufacturing Company has attracted wide attention, and led to his election by the directors of the Metal Hose and Tubing Company. The election of Mr. Allen as president of the Pyrene Manufacturing Company—a million dollar corporation—after he had been connected with it as salesman and sales manager for less than two years, caused wide-spread comment, particularly as Mr. Allen was only thirty-two years old. Now, the election of Mr. Kent is another proof of the value of the training a salesman gets with this organization, which equips him for greater responsibilities. Mr. Kent’s position as railroad sales manager of the Pyrene Company will be taken by Mr. H. Yetrnan, who has been the Pyrene western railroad representative.