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JCM Global Expands Sales, Service Staff

Cash-handling and acceptance equipment supplier JCM Global has expanded its sales and service teams. In sales, the company has named David Wafle as territory sales manager and Tobin Scott as sales executive. In service, Jerry Pittmon has joined JCM as customer service manager.

As territory sales manager, Wafle will serve JCM Global clients in Connecticut, Maine, New Jersey, New York and Canada. He has extensive experience in the gaming industry, most recently as senior regional manager for game sales for Aristocrat Technologies, where he guided Aristocrat’s initial entrance into the Quebec marketplace. Prior to Aristocrat, he was director of slot project strategy for Harrah’s Entertainment in Atlantic City, where he created and managed the Caesars Atlantic City low-denomination slot strategy.

As sales executive, Scott will assist JCM customers in Idaho, Oregon, Montana and Washington. He was most recently an account executive for slot manufacturer International Game Technology, representing the company’s products from throughout northern California and Oregon.

Pittmon, the new customer service manager, including work as senior technical trainer, casino services supervisor and technical training supervisor for IGT.

“It’s about having the best,” said JCM Global Sales VP Mark Henderson. “The best customers deserve the best products, the best sales and the best service, and adding David, Tobin and Jerry to the JCM Global team builds on JCM’s tradition of accepting nothing less than the best.”

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