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Ashworth Bros. announces Tabaka retirement

April 23, 2014
Marty Tabaka, Ashworth Bros. Inc.

Ashworth Bros. Inc., Winchester, Va., recently announced that Marty Tabaka, sales director of the Americas, is retiring after 31 years with the company.

Tabaka’s tenure with Ashworth began in December 1982, as an outside salesperson. He progressed through the sales organization in managing New York and then the New England sales region. In 1994, Tabaka was promoted to eastern regional manager. A year later, he relocated to Winchester. In 2006, he was promoted to his current position.

Throughout his career, Tabaka built a reputation for developing strong customer relationships. He is widely known and respected throughout the industry for his integrity, knowledge and professionalism.

“Marty is a true salesman and has been a very important leader of Ashworth’s sales division, assisting us as we grew to be the company that we are today,” says Joe Lackner, vice president. “We will miss his insight, experience, judgment, loyalty, and most of all his friendship.”

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