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Pease & Curren Refiners Names Manager for North American Sales

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(Press Release) WARWICK, RI – Pease & Curren Refiners has named Scott Girouard of Manchester, CT, to the role of sales manager.INSTORE ScottGirouard

Girouard has been with Pease & Curren for over two years serving as the regional refining consultant for the Southeast.

His metal product knowledge includes everything from carbon steel to precious metals. He regularly performs precious metals facility audits, saving his customers both money and time. He is familiar with OSHA guidelines and has overseen inspections recommending corrective measures.

“Scott takes pride in being of value to our clients, not just selling them,” said Kip Curren, owner and CEO of Pease & Curren. “This has helped him to become very successful in his position with us and we look forward to the future.”

Pease & Curren employees participate in a rigorous training on all company services, including the true fire assay and Premium Stone Removal processes used at Pease & Curren.

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