Falcon Structures Names Amy Sandlin Director of Sales

FS-Sparksight C2-2801Austin TX, October 29, 2020 – Falcon Structures, a nationwide leader of modified shipping container-based structures, names Amy Sandlin as the new Director of Sales. Sandlin comes to Falcon with over 15 years of successful sales leadership experience and a commitment to Falcon’s notable growth goals.

John McAlonan, President and COO at Falcon states, “Amy brings a tremendous breadth of experience in taking sales teams to the next level and will significantly contribute to the rapid growth of Falcon.” 

Sandlin has led several sales teams over the course of her career, including enterprise sales, client services, customer success, lead generation, and inside and outside sales. Additionally, she has worked in a variety of industries including the restaurant, automobile, software as a service (SaaS), as well as construction and manufacturing. Her experience as a sales leader and her ability to increase revenue has led her to win several awards for sales leadership.

Stephen Shang, CEO and Co-Founder of Falcon Structures, shares that “Amy is the sales leader we’ve been looking for. She has the energy, drive, and pioneering spirit that will serve our marketplace and our team well.” 

“I’m excited to be at Falcon,” says Sandlin. “I’m looking forward to building on Falcon’s impressive track record and selling into the rapidly growing market for container-based structures.” 

About Falcon Structures

Falcon Structures holds an ICC-ESR certification to repurpose AC462 compliant shipping containers into durable, mobile, and secure structures. Falcon products include climate-controlled storage, offices, living quarters, training facilities, industrial shelters, and code compliant modules for container buildings. Their solutions can travel, adapt, and grow with projects regardless of industry.

Media Contact: 
Krista Short
Director of Marketing 
Falcon Structures 
512-231-9603
kshort@falconstructures.com
www.FalconStructures.com

Editor's Note: This article was originally published on PR Wire.

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