Brett Eppley has been appointed as Mohu’s vice president of sales. He is set to "further enlarge Mohu’s retail availability of HDTV antennas as well as other consumer electronic products." Eppley is poised to bring a wealth of experience to the company after serving as general manager for national accounts at VOXX international for the past three years. VOXX international markets digital TV antennas through its RCA, Audiovox and Terk brands.
Eppley was part of the team that in 2002 launched the revolutionary Sirius Satellite Radio Service. He has spent eight years at Sirius/XM as director of national accounts and a further 12 years at Thomson Consumer Electronics as a key and national accounts manager. He has a degree in public relations and marketing from Appalachian State University.
Mark Buff, president and CEO of Mohu said that Brett has vast experience, drive, effectiveness and industrial knowledge that Mohu values in its quest to assemble an all-star team. He also indicated that Mohu is on the road to becoming a market leader and is fortunate to have a person with Brett’s Caliber for the role.
Brett Eppley indicated that he is pleased to join Mohu and his 25 years of experience in the consumer electronics industry will help to take the company into the nest level. He is looking forward to working with the team in developing the company’s top rated products.
Mohu recently unveiled the Curved 50 and Curved 30 indoor HDTV antennas. These antennas are in a new class that combines elegance and exceptional performance.