Latest News Kenmark Promotes Justice to SVP of Sales, Woodward to Oversee Northwest By Staff Wednesday, January 23, 2013 12:21 AM LOUISVILLE, Ky.— Kenmark has promoted John Justice to senior vice president of sales, where he will oversee the domestic and international sales forces. The company also announced the promotion of Cliff Woodward to regional manager of the Northwest territory. Justice has been with Kenmark since 1988, when he began his career in order fulfillment. Since then he has been promoted numerous times, from shipping manager to export manager to international sales manager and, most recently, as vice president of international sales. Justice will report directly to Mike Cundiff, chief operations officer. "John has shown incredible loyalty and passion for his work during his time here at Kenmark," said Cundiff. "We could not be more pleased to announce his most recent promotion, and know that John will excel in this role as he has in all his others throughout the years. He is an integral part of the Kenmark family." "I appreciate the opportunity and look forward to this new challenge," added Justice. "We have an exceptional sales team and I’m eager to work with them on a daily basis to grow our business." Additionally, Cliff Woodward, previously territory manager of Kenmark accounts in the San Francisco Bay area, has been promoted to regional manager over Washington, Oregon, Northern California, Idaho, Nevada, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, South Dakota and Nebraska. The territory managers in those states will now report directly to Woodward, who will also continue to service his current California sales territory. Woodward will report to Justice. Woodward has been with Kenmark for eight years and in the optical industry for 25, having previously sold for Nordic, Charmant and REM. "Cliff has consistently proven himself as one of Kenmark's top-performing reps," added Justice. "He has earned this new assignment and we are eager to work with him on growing Kenmark business in this vital territory."