Prime Advantage Names Dan Grant as President

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Manufacturing industry veteran has been with company since 2000

'Dan’s strong customer-orientation, strategic leadership capabilities, and outstanding drive make him the ideal top executive for our company,' said Louise O’Sullivan, founder, chairman and CEO of Prime Advantage.

Prime Advantage, the leading group purchasing organization for midsized manufacturers, announced today the appointment of Dan Grant as President. Mr. Grant most recently served as Vice President of Sales for Prime Advantage.

“Dan’s strong customer-orientation, strategic leadership capabilities, and outstanding drive make him the ideal top executive for our company,” said Louise O’Sullivan, founder, chairman and CEO of Prime Advantage.

Grant joined Prime Advantage in 2000 as a regional account manager, and has lead the company’s Supplier Development Team in the past, as well as the Sales Team, constantly bringing growth and added value to both Members and Endorsed Suppliers. He was named a Supply & Demand Chain Executive Pro to Know in 2015 and 2016.

Prior to joining Prime Advantage, Dan worked as a sales manager for a boutique consulting firm servicing trade associations and computer user-groups. Dan graduated with a BS in Consumer & Family Science from Purdue University and has an MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management in Lake Forest, IL.

If you wish to speak with Mr. Grant, or want a photograph of him, contact petew(at)pwmginc(dot)com.

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About Prime Advantage
Founded in 1997, Prime Advantage is a group purchasing organization for manufacturers with more than 750 Members and 125 Endorsed Suppliers. Over the past 19 years, Prime Advantage has paid more than $180 million in rebates and discounts to its Members. For more about Prime Advantage and its cost savings programs, solutions and services, visit primeadvantage.com.

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