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June 13, 2014

Comfort Supply adds Dillon Hendrickson to Clarksville warehouse team

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Comfort Supply, a leading Tennessee wholesaler of Ruud HVAC products, has hired Dillon Hendrickson as warehouse driver. Hendrickson will join the warehouse team at the company’s Clarksville location, 1460 New Ashland City Rd.

Hendrickson comes to Comfort Supply from American Paper and Twine where he was responsible for pulling and staging orders. In his new role, Hendrickson will pull client orders and load and deliver merchandise.

“Dillon is well-versed in warehouse logistics and works hard to uphold our customer service values. “He’s a hard worker and great addition to our team,” said Billy Jobe, sales and marketing manager for Comfort Supply.

Founded in 1971 as one of Tennessee’s first HVAC wholesalers, Comfort Supply is a wholesaler of quality Ruud products and a one-stop location for residential, commercial and geothermal HVAC products, serving the residential and commercial markets from locations in Nashville, Clarksville, Cookeville, Knoxville and Murfreesboro. Comfort Supply supplies leading brands, superior stock and expert service. The company focuses on helping dealers grow their businesses by providing training classes, marketing solutions and services that save time.



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