PSA Security Network Hires Business Development Representative

PSA Security Network Hires Business Development Representative

PSA Security Network Hires Business Development RepresentativePSA Security Network announces the addition of Mike Rothstein as their new business development/inside sales representative. Rothstein will be working closely with the entire PSA Security sales team to develop new business opportunities and increase sales to new customers.

“I am excited about my new position with PSA Security Network as it is the culmination of my experience with security equipment as well as experience in the security industry. I look forward to working with security systems integrators and being able to assist them with their needs. I understand what the security integrators are going through because I’ve also been through it,” said Mike.

Rothstein has been in the industry for 20 years. He has previously worked as a Sales Representative for a systems integrator, Operations Manager at Patrol Security Guard Company and worked as a full-time Law Enforcement Officer for Arapahoe County, Colorado. Mike holds a certificate in mass communications and criminal justice with numerous years of on-the-job sales training.

“We are really enthusiastic to have Mike Rothstein join our PSA Security Sales team. Mike brings a wealth of sales experience to this job. For the past 6 years, he has been an account manager for a Denver-based security systems integrator. In addition to business development roles in electronic security, Mike also served in law enforcement for many years. His experience will really help propel our business development efforts and goals,” said Ric McCullough, vice president of sales and customer service at PSA Security Network.

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