Texas and Oklahoma based Foodservice Equipment and Supplies Rep Group Chrane Foodservice Solutions, LLC (Chrane) announced two promotions within the Chrane company: Nick Hughes was promoted to General Manager and Nick Sierra was promoted to Business Development Manager, Central Texas.
Nick Hughes previously held the position of General Sales Manager for Chrane. Due to his outstanding performance, Chrane owners Duane Guidry of Houston and Christopher East of Fort Worth were thrilled to promote Hughes to the position of General Manager. Per Chris East, “Nick has proven time and again his desire, aptitude and willingness to work both hard and intelligently on behalf of Chrane’s customers and manufacturers, as well as on behalf of our valued staff.”
Hughes worked in several facets of the Foodservice Industry with experience in both project management, sales and management of Inside and Outside Sales. Prior to joining the Foodservice Equipment and Supplies world, he served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve for eight years. He lives in Arlington, TX with his wife Rachael, their two-year-old son Lucas and newborn son Ryan.
Chrane’s longest tenured employee Nick Sierra’s ability to live Chrane’s mission of being his customers’ “Committed Partner In Excellence,” has driven Chrane’s success—as well as Chane’s customers’ successes—in Central Texas. Proving year-over-year to be an asset to Chrane, owners and leadership gave Sierra the honor of his new role as Business Development Manager, Central Texas. According to Duane Guidry, “Nick provides Chrane a strategic partner, looking to both develop relationships and sales in one of the largest concentration of quality customers in our territory.”
Prior to joining Chrane, Sierra worked in sales and management for a Fortune 500 company and was an officer in the United States Army. Nick was born in the DFW area but now calls Austin home where he and wife Alyson are proud parents of their beautiful baby girl Avery Grace.
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