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Kassoy Hires New General Manager

He was the director of business development at Spring Systems Inc. for 7 years.

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David Allen

David Allen

(PRESS RELEASE) PLAINVIEW, NY – KASSOY, a company that has supplied the gem and jewelry industry with quality tools since 1936, announced that it has brought in David Allen as general manager. The addition of Allen marks the beginning of a new era for KASSOY as the company pushes ever closer to its 100th Birthday.

“KASSOY is a company that has always strived to offer its customers the finest quality tools and we are looking towards the future to expand on that promise. I am excited to see how all of our hard work will benefit our customers,” said David Allen.

David Allen is a graduate of Northeastern University and has spent the last 7 years as the director of business development at Spring Systems Inc. Over his career, David has built a reputation as a positive and proactive leader who can bring an organization together as a singular efficient team to provide an unparalleled commitment to customer service.

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