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Wes Hutchins Promoted to Vice President of East Tennessee Operations

Wes Hutchins, Hobbs & Associates' Vice President of East Tennessee Operations
Wes Hutchins, Hobbs & Associates' Vice President of East Tennessee Operations

Hobbs & Associates, Inc., a leading provider of commercial HVAC solutions, is excited to announce Wes Hutchins's promotion to Vice President of East Tennessee Operations. With his exceptional background in the industry and demonstrated leadership and business development capabilities, Hutchins brings a unique skill set and valuable experience to his new role. Hobbs & Associates, Inc. operates offices in the Knoxville, Tri-Cities, and Chattanooga markets in East Tennessee.

Hutchins earned a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and began his career with Hobbs & Associates, Inc. in 2016 as an Account Executive. He has led exceptional growth in the Chattanooga Hobbs office, where he was appointed Branch Manager in 2020.

As the Vice President of East Tennessee Operations, Hutchin aims to leverage his comprehensive training and experience to inspire and lead his team to new heights. He wants to become a prominent leader in the commercial HVAC solutions space, confidently tackling challenging tasks and fostering a culture of excellence within the organization.

"We are excited to welcome Wes Hutchins as our new Vice President of East Tennessee Operations," said Bill Jacoby, Vice President of Hobbs & Associates, Inc. "We believe that Wes’s exceptional skills, combined with his strong work ethic and character, exemplify the Hobbs culture and will expand our East Tennessee territory to new levels of success." Bill Jacoby, who has developed and managed the operations of Hobbs & Associates in East Tennessee for the past 25 years, will continue as the company's Vice President. Bill Jacoby will remain in the local market and focus on team development and training, strategic planning, and customer relationship management.

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