Dan McEnaney transitions to consumer brands role with Bailey

Dan McEnaney transitions to consumer brands role with Bailey

McEnaney is transitioning from a territory sales rep position to assistant brand manager.

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January 17, 2019
Edited by Matt McClellan

Bailey has announced that Dan McEnaney is transitioning from his role as a Colorado-based territory sales representative to the assistant brand manager position supporting the company’s consumer brand global network of growers.

“Dan’s experience in Bailey sales, enthusiasm for our brands, dedication to follow through and educational background in international business management are a perfect fit for this position,” says brand and business development manager Natalia Hamill. “He will be a real asset to our network growers and to moving our brands forward in the marketplace.”

McEnaney joined Bailey in January 2015 as a fifth-generation Bailey family member starting in inside sales before transitioning to a six-state territory in 2017. His focus as assistant brand manager will be to support licensed network grower accounts domestically and internationally, as well as assist in developing and executing brand sales plans and program initiatives. In this role, Dan will serve as the primary sales contact with Bailey brands’ licensed network growers.

For the immediate future, McEnaney will be transitioning current customers to other Bailey representatives in their region and will begin his role as assistant brand manager full time on May 1, 2019.