Vitro Names Annissa Flickinger, Chris Fronsoe as Managers of Architectural Market Development

Vitro Architectural Glass (formerly PPG Glass) named Chris Fronsoe and Annissa Flickinger as managers of architectural market development. Fronsoe will serve the West region of the U.S. and Flickinger will serve the East region.

Fronsoe assumes the role following time as Vitro’s national architectural manager for the Northwest region. Fronsoe holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in business management and organizational leadership from George Fox College

Left to right: Annissa Flickinger, Chris Fronsoe and Andre Kenstowicz.

Flickinger joined Vitro in 2004 as an architectural services coordinator and has been promoted several times. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and finance from the University of Pittsburgh.

“Both Annissa and Chris have strong experience as salespeople in a wide range of markets, domestically and worldwide,” says Heather Brion, director of U.S. architectural development for Vitro. “Their mentorship and oversight will be invaluable as Vitro’s teams of national architectural managers strive to provide exceptional service to customers in their territories.”

Vitro also named Andre Kenstowicz key projects manager. Kenstowicz was previously Vitro’s commercial account manager for the Pacific-Mountain region. He joined Vitro in 2012 and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master of Arts degree from Clark University.

“With his proven success in sales, account and relationship management, Andre is a great fit for our key project sales program,” says Nathan McKenna, director of marketing and innovation for Vitro. “He’s also bright, focused and great with follow-up. Best of all, he understands the challenges that our customers face – especially those with large quantities of glass for large-scale, increasingly complex projects.”

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