Arvest Equipment Finance Adds Two to Vendor Business Development Team
MAY 15, 2019 - 5:55 am
Arvest Bank hired Eric Johnston and Jay Bankston as vendor business development representatives for Arvest Equipment Finance.
AEF division president Eric Bunnell said the additions are a result of continued growth and expansion within its vendor program. They also come on the heels of AEF closing more than $161 million in new production in 2018 – a record total and 52% increase over 2017.
Johnston most recently worked for Caterpillar and also previously worked as a territory manager for IronPlanet.
Bankston most recently worked as a regional sales manager for BigIron Auctions. He also has worked for IronPlanet and Victor L. Phillips Co.
“I am very excited to be able to add Eric and Jay, two knowledgeable and experienced sales reps to our AEF team,” Bunnell said. “Their expertise is evident, they know a lot of the equipment dealers in the areas where we do business, plus they are great team players that are excited to help us continue our growth and expansion. They will spend the majority of their time developing business with dealerships throughout the Midwest and Southeast.”
AEF also is pleased to announce the following staff additions related to the expansion of its vendor operations: Carrie Guire and Stacey Nichols, sales support specialists, and Mike Davis, asset manager.
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