ARGO Outpaces Commercial Growth Expectation

ARGO brings on two new additions to its commercial sales team.

ARGO, manufacturer of ATVs, side-by-sides, unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) and the worldwide leader for amphibious Xtreme Terrain Vehicles (XTVs) announced its commitment to servicing the off-road commercial market earlier this year with the rollout of an all-new line of Pro and Commercial amphibious off-road vehicles. Included in the recent unveiling was the capable and highly anticipated ARGO Sasquatch XTX, which is fresh off its worldwide debut at the 2023 Utility Expo in Louisville, Kentucky, and proved to be a popular stopping point for many of the attendees.

The overwhelming and positive response from the commercial market to date leads ARGO to announce the addition of Pat Marion, commercial regional sales manager, Canada. Marion brings years of successful experience working with offroad dealerships and a deep knowledge of his Canadian territory.

Also joining the commercial sales team is Cheryl Johnson. Johnson’s role as a commercial customer support manager will utilize her strengths in furthering dealer development efforts, managing customer service initiatives and supporting commercial campaigns.

With a full build schedule and Pro Series units rolling off dealer’s floors, President and CEO Brad Darling commented, “The energy surrounding the Pro Series and Commercial models has been overwhelmingly constructive. Our clients are turning to our products to accomplish tasks that nothing else is capable of. Expanding our commercial team of passionate and knowledgeable professionals means we will be able to bring the latest technology in off-road mobility to an even wider array of commercial sectors and assist the men and women who work tirelessly every day to maintain our global resources in the line of duty.”

There appears to be no signs of the market slowing down for the all-new Sasquatch and Pro Series line of products. As we continue to identify new open territories, we’ll look to fill those areas with new commercial dealers and additional support staff who share ARGO’s vision to Know No Boundaries.

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