Kevin McNallyWickford, England (September 12, 2008)–EAW has made two new personnel changes to the EAW Europe Sales and Application Support Group (ASG). The appointments were announced by Sean Martin, director of EAW European Operations.
Kevin McNally will be joining EAW Europe as the U.K. sales manager. He will be responsible for all sales activities in the U.K. territory for both live and installed applications. He comes to EAW from an active career in installed sound design, including a stint at Metropolis AV and FX in Surrey. “EAW is one of the most respected names in pro audio and seems to have a solution for every application,” says McNally. “I am really looking forward to working with such a well rounded product line and helping the brand expand its presence in the U.K. market.”
Moray McMillinPrevious U.K. sales manager, Moray McMillin, has taken over European ASG duties. He has been looking after U.K. sales for the past two years and now moves his talents to the support of the entire EMEA region from the technical application standpoint. In over three decades of international touring, McMillin has worked with the likes of Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne, Siouxsie & the Banshees, Public Image Ltd. and, on the softer side, Suzanne Vega. “I am really looking forward to getting my hands dirty playing with gear full-time again,” he says. “Sales is fun, but I’m a gear-head at heart.”
Comments Martin on the moves, “We are thrilled to have Kevin on board with EAW. His wealth of experience in the U.K. contracting market will be a hugely beneficial addition to our sales efforts, and I have every confidence that he will serve the U.K. market with the passion and professionalism that people have come to expect from the EAW brand. And with Moray now taking over the European ASG function, we can all rest easy that there will not be a technical question or design challenge anywhere that will go unanswered. Moray is one of the best in the business at what he does, and our customers will surely benefit from that.”