Dwight, IL (PRWEB) February 21, 2009
Hogan Walker is pleased to announce the hiring of Brian Tallman as Sales Representative at their Morris, Illinois store.
Brian graduated from the University of Illinois in 2003 with a degree in Landscape Architecture. He joins Hogan Walker with a wealth of experience, most recently as the owner of a Chicago based landscape architecture business that specialized in designing mixed-use residential & commercial land developments.
As a Sales Representative at the Morris store, Brian's primary responsibilities will be selling John Deere Agricultural, C & CE and selected Short Line products. Some of Brian's additional duties will be to perform equipment demonstrations, evaluate used equipment, and follow up with equipment deliveries. Brian's primary area of responsibility will be the immediate area around the Morris store which includes Grundy, Kendall and Will Counties.
Brian and his wife, Melissa, currently reside in Mokena, Illinois. Brian enjoys watching professional sports and playing golf in his free time. Brian has a few family ties to Hogan Walker but only one that he claims, his 'favorite aunt' Cathy DePatis, who is the Complete Goods Manager at Dwight.
For those looking to contact Brian, he can be reached at the Morris store: 815-942-4463 or on his cell phone: 815-343-5092.
About Hogan Walker LLC:
Hogan Walker and its 3 principal owners, Sean Hogan, Michael Hogan and Brian Walker, currently operate 6 dealerships in the state of Illinois located west and south of the Chicago metropolitan area. Five of these stores retain contracts to sell and service agriculture, commercial & consumer equipment, and skid steer loaders for John Deere Company. Elburn holds contracts for commercial and consumers equipment and skid steers. Locations starting from north to south are, Elburn Somonauk, Morris, Dwight, Manteno and Watseka. The Dwight store functions as the administrative hub for the organization.
In addition to their corporate web site http://www.HoganWalker.com , Hogan Walker operates a successful internet retail business. Their original web site http://www.GreenFunStore.com which was founded in 2000 features John Deere merchandise and gifts. In 2007 they developed a web site http://www.FarmFunStore.com that features merchandise and gifts from the other brands of farm equipment. In 2008 they took on their most ambitious project to date. This completely new web site http://www.GreenPartStore.com is designed to deliver quality John Deere replacement parts right to your door. The main emphasis is on parts and accessories for John Deere lawn and garden tractors and small farm equipment.
Aaron Hines, Human Resource Manager
Hogan Walker LLC