Ring Power Appoints Zeras to Board of Directors

Ring Power, Caterpillar dealer for north and central Florida, has named Chris Zeras senior vice president, new sales – heavy equipment division, and was elected to the Ring Power board of directors.

Ring Power, Caterpillar dealer for north and central Florida, has named Chris Zeras senior vice president, new sales – heavy equipment division, and was elected to the Ring Power board of directors. The promotion comes one month after Zeras was promoted to vice president of new sales, heavy equipment division.

In his 21 years with Ring Power, Zeras has worked as a sales coordinator and account manager for the Cat Rental Store, and as a heavy equipment salesperson. He has earned numerous sales awards, including Central Florida Top Rental Producer, Account Manager of the Year and Top Revenue Producer.

Also, Dylan McCandless, who last month was promoted to heavy equipment sales manager, Central Florida, was named vice president – south regional sales manager/heavy equipment division. Since joining Ring Power, McCandless has held positions of increasing responsibility including Cat Rental

James Scarpo, who last month was promoted to Tampa branch manager, was additionally promoted to vice president – Tampa branch manager. Scarpo previously worked for Rozier Machinery and joined Ring Power following its acquisition of Rozier in 1986. He has worked in various roles and has been a heavy equipment salesperson in Tampa since 1991.

Matt Sessions, who last month took on the role of Orlando branch manager, was given the additional title of vice president – Orlando branch manager. Sessions joined Ring Power as sales coordinator for the Cat Rental Store in Jacksonville and has also worked as account manager and heavy equipment sales person.

Ring Power, based in St. Augustine, Fla., is No. 16 on the RER 100.

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