David Stafford and Kevin Wolff join AudioQuest
AudioQuest has added two new members to their Sales team. David Stafford will be joining the company as the new Regional Sales Manager for the Northeastern U.S. and Kevin Wolff will be joining the company as the new Director of Global Sales. AudioQuest designs, manufactures and distributes digital-to-analog converters, headphones, phono cartridges, power products and audio/video cables and accessories.
Stafford, AudioQuest’s new Regional Sales Manager, is based near Philadelphia, PA and will support AudioQuest dealers in New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
“I am deeply grateful and truly excited to be part of the AudioQuest team. I’ll be working for an organization second to none, with people I admire and products that I personally own and promote. I’m looking forward to many great opportunities and experiences with my colleagues and dealers,” Stafford said in a statement.
Stafford developed a relationship with AudioQuest during his time with A/V specialist and AudioQuest dealer, HiFi House. He later served as the Regional Sales Manager for World of McIntosh, where he often selected AudioQuest products for presentations at regional shows and events.
Kevin Wolff, AudioQuest’s new Director of Global Sales, first developed a relationship with AudioQuest during his time with Magnolia Hi-Fi in the 1980s. He then relocated to Vienna, Austria, where he served as Vienna Acoustics’ International Sales Director before returning to the Pacific Northwest where he became the Pacific Northwest Regional Manager for Sumiko. He later became the company’s Analog Product Manager and eventually their National Sales Manager.
“For more than twenty-five years, I have enjoyed the great experience of engaging with AudioQuest as a colleague and customer, watching with admiration as Bill Low built his company into an industry leader and assembled the most amazing team of talented people. To now be a member of this incredible team is an absolute honor and great source of pride,” Wolff said in a statement.