New face for Pipestone Flyer in Leduc

The Leduc/Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer welcomes their new sales representative for the greater Leduc area.

New Leduc sales representative Mandy Vuylsteke.

The Leduc/Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer welcomes their new sales representative for the greater Leduc area.

Mandy Vuylsteke, a married mom of two young girls, has recently joined the Pipestone Flyer team. She has five years of experience in sales, 10 years of previous work experience in the farm and oil patch sectors.

Vuylsteke will be handling sales in both city and county of Leduc, plus the communities east and west, including New Sarepta, Calmar, Thorsby, Beaumont, Devon, Warburg, Sunnybrook and Rollyview.

Clients and businesses interested in Pipestone Flyer promotion in these areas can contact Vuylsteke by calling the Millet office at 780-387-5797 or by email (sales2@pipestoneflyer.ca).

Vuylsteke said she’s excited about working with the residents and businesses of the Leduc region. “It’s a new, different opportunity and an awesome atmosphere in the office with awesome people. I wanted to be able to accept a position to help a company grow.”

 

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