Sales Staff

Sean Coary has been a member of the TBP Converting team since 1999. As a long standing member of the TBP team, Sean has developed and evolved through numerous roles at TBP from a multi-award winning salesman, to his current role as VP of Sales. When working with Sean, you will find he is an expert in the commercial vehicle, trailer, window and door fabrication markets. His experience lends him a large breadth of expertise in the application and use of pressure sensitive tapes and sealants. When Sean is not out specifying the latest transportation tape, you can find him in his element on the golf course, maintaining his saltwater reef tank at home or in the country side bow hunting.

Ed Myers has been a member of the TBP Converting team since 2002. Our three-time Sales Gladiator of the Year is well known to his clients for being one of the most knowledgeable sales persons within TBP. His sales expertise ranges from fabricated die cut parts, to specifying bonding materials, adhesives, sealants and protective films. His experience means you can trust Ed to find the right products for you in an efficient and timely manner. When Ed is not finding the latest breakthrough application for adhesive tapes at TBP, you can find him working hard at his local cross-fit gym, and if he is not there, he may be out golfing or taking a quick scenic photo of the country side.

Wes Hendley has been a member of the TBP Converting team since 2009. In his fifteen years of experience in the adhesives and sealant markets, Wes has developed the ability to quickly solve issues across numerous markets. His background in die cuts, kit packaging, structural bonding, silicones and other adhesive based materials lets Wes marry together solutions in a creative, efficient and effective manner for his clients.  His experiences have led him to win numerous sales awards throughout his career, including the 2012 & 2013 TBP Sales Gladiator of the Year. In addition to these activities Wes is a Six Sigma Greenbelt, holds multiple adhesive certifications & is a member of the Institute of Packaging Professionals. When Wes is not busy learning about the next advancement in sealants, you can find him enjoying hobbies that include taking a leisurely skydive, fly fishing and golf.

Steve Beisel has been a member of the TBP Converting team since 2010. In your experience with Steve, you will find he has a diverse field of knowledge, with a focus on protective films, adhesive tapes and bonding materials for ‘hard to stick to’ surfaces. Steve’s role as regional sales manager allows him to make in person visits to your facility, where he can show you new products, assist with process improvements and help troubleshoot issues.  In his off time, outside of work, Steve enjoys a round of golf and following his favorite sports teams.

Jess Hopton is a valued member of the sales team at TBP.  Jess has been with TBP since January of 2015 and brings great insight and product knowledge to the team.  She has spent a lot of time learning about protection films and the production of die-cuts.  A graduate of La Salle University, in her free time likes taking her dog Buck on hikes, reading, and her new hobby of playing volleyball.

Ryan McNelly has been a member of the TBP Converting team since 2015. Ryan provides knowledge in creating customized solutions for your everyday bonding and sealing needs. He enjoys explaining TBP’s unique capabilities through fabricated die-cuts, bonding tapes, and forming long-lasting relationships with his customers. When Ryan is not expanding his product knowledge and clientele, he likes exercising, playing a round of golf, and spending time with his family.

Connor Klotz has been a member of the TBP Converting team since 2013. Graduating from Northwestern State University with a BS, he has worked in Industrial Sales since 2011. Connor specializes in metal working and fabrication. When he is not spreading his knowledge of metal working and manufacturing,  you can find Connor on the golf course or riding his motorcycle.

 

Brian began his career with TBP in 2013, starting off in the inside sales and marketing department before moving on to outside sales. Brian has a wide array of product knowledge in all areas of our company, and is also very personable with customers and co-workers. The combination of brains and swagger make Brian a great asset to our outside sales team. When Brian isn't spending his time expanding his knowledge and client base, he likes to spend it deep sea fishing and playing baseball.

Michael Platz is a new member to the TBP team and has been with the company since July 2017. Michael spent the first few months training and gathering product knowledge, learning the ins and outs. He will be pursuing industrial OEM in Texas with a focus on the transportation, HVAC, metal fabrication, and signage industries. He recently graduated from Southwestern University in 2016 and although he says selling adhesives is his true passion, he also enjoys playing golf, shooting guns, and listening to Jimmy Buffet near the water.

Jonathan Childress is a new member to the TBP team and has been with the company since December 2017. Jonathan will be working closely with our other new outside sales reps to gain all the knowledge he needs to pursue the OEM Sales Rep position for Georgia, South Carolina, and Alabama. He graduated from Lock Haven University in 2015 and was also a graduate assistant wrestling coach at Shorter University in Rome, GA. He is currently completing his MBA program. In Jonathan's spare time he enjoys getting off the grid and exploring new places, golfing, fishing, and attending athletic events.

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