Anthony Bickimer / Tuesday, May 6, 2008 / Categories: Company News 2008 - WireMasters Hires Two New Executives COLUMBIA, Tenn. May 6, 2008 – Officials from WireMasters Inc., one of the largest distributors of military specification wire and custom cable in the United States, recently announced the addition of two executives, Richard Farris and Rush Holladay, to the management team. “Richard and Rush are two very experienced managers who have demonstrated the talent and drive needed to succeed in this competitive business climate,” said David Hill, president and CEO of WireMasters. “We’re glad to have them both on board.” Farris, who was named operations manager, comes to WireMasters from the Certified Restoration and Drycleaning Network of Middle Tennessee and Western Kentucky, where he served as general manager for four years. Previously, he worked as vice president and manager of First Farmers & Merchants Bank and system supervisor for Inner City Products. A native of Columbia, Farris holds a B.S. from the University of Tennessee at Martin. He serves on the boards of Columbia Academy, Tennessee Children’s Home and Maury County Youth Football League. Holladay will serve as sales manager, overseeing a team of 31 sales and support staff. He comes to WireMasters from Resources Global Professionals, where he served as managing director. His previous experience includes business development manager for TCS Technologies, account executive for NewSouth Communications and director and senior risk manager for Asurion Insurance Services. He holds a B.A. from David Lipscomb University and serves on the board of Columbia Academy. Founded in 1988, WireMasters Inc, is a leading international distributor of high performance and high temperature military specification wire, cable and associated accessories. The company’s headquarters in Columbia, Tenn. warehouses millions of feet of wire and cable inventory. For more information visit www.wiremasters.net. Print 3729 Rate this article: No rating Please login or register to post comments.