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Waterplay welcomes Kyle Siedlik as new Regional Sales Manager

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Waterplay, the aquatic play specialist, has announced the appointment of Kyle Siedlik as its new Regional Sales Manager. He brings with him almost two decades of experience in dry and aquatic playground equipment sales.

Kyle Siedlik WaterplayWaterplay Solutions is pleased to be welcoming Kyle Siedlik in order to strengthen its US sales team. Siedlik will be based in Omaha, Nebraska, with responsibility for Midwest and Northeastern States. As Waterplay continues to extend its brand in the US, he will provide support to the distribution team.

“Working for Waterplay is such a great opportunity,” says Siedlik. “Throughout my tenure in this industry, I’ve had the opportunity to experience firsthand the high level of service provided by Waterplay. I’m excited to be part of the team, bringing a strong product to market, with an incredible purpose of connecting communities through outstanding water play experiences. I look forward to supporting Waterplay’s exciting growth and helping our team and industry partners bring many aquatic play projects to successful completion.”

Industry experience

Siedlik has extensive experience in the industry, and previously represented a variety of recreation equipment providers. His skills include aquatic project planning and design, procurement and technical specifications. He also has a strong track record of providing excellent customer service.

Kerrin Smith, Vice President of Strategic Growth and Customer Experience, says, “Kyle is a great fit for this position and we’re looking forward to having him on the ground supporting our distributors in the U.S. I am confident that his wealth of experience and knowledge will help cultivate our customer-focused sales model to deliver outstanding service and support—having him in this territory is a win for our customers.”

Waterplay recently announced the release of two new aquatic therapy features, created for aquatic facilities. The new restorative sprays are designed to improve physical wellbeing through water therapy.

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Charlotte Coates is Features Editor at Blooloop. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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