Remington Outdoor Company Promotes Matt Ohlson to VP of Professional Sales

Matt Ohlson
Matt Ohlson

Huntsville, AL – -(Ammoland.com)-Remington is pleased to announce that Matt Ohlson has been promoted to the position of Vice President Professional Sales.

Ohlson started with the company in 2012 as a Senior Product Manager for Ammunition and has held several positions over his tenure including Senior Product Manager Shotguns, Director of Product Management Consumer Accessories and his most recent position of Director of Defense and Product Management Consumer Accessories.

In his new role as vice president, Ohlson will be responsible for overseeing Law Enforcement, Defense and International Sales.

Reporting to Matt will be the Director of Law Enforcement Sales, Director of International Commercial Sales and the Defense Organization.

“Matt’s hard work and proven results underscore his transition into his new leadership role,” said Anthony Acetelli, CEO. “He demonstrates an in-depth understanding of the law enforcement, defense and international market and we look forward to his contributions as we look to the future.”

Remington Outdoor Company

About Remington Outdoor Company

ROC, headquartered in Madison, N.C., designs products for the hunting, shooting, self-defense, military, and law enforcement markets. Founded in 1816, ROC is the nation’s oldest gun maker and one of the largest domestic producers of firearms and ammunition. ROC employs over 3,500 people and distributes its products throughout the U.S. and over 55 countries. ROC includes globally recognized brands such as Remington®, Remington 1816®, Bushmaster®, DPMS®, Marlin®, H&R®, Advanced Armament Corp. ®, Dakota®, Nesika®, Storm Lake® and Barnes® Bullets.

More information about the Company can be found at www.remington.com.

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Bill
Bill
3 years ago

I see that it’s an internal promotion of a person who was in leadership already during these recent, bad years. I wonder if the air up higher is any fresher? Certainly, the company needs a big gust of SOMETHING coming from outside its walls, and air is all I can see here, if that. Anyway, good luck, Remington. Once in a while you have done fine things, and it would be nice to see a revival somewhere.

VT Patriot
VT Patriot
3 years ago

Fantastic, meteoric rise to the top of a beautiful, historic company that has been destroyed by overweight management decisions over the last 10 years. Will he be given the keys to the casket? More young, inexperienced butt kissers are just what this formerly great company needs. I know a few folks that have progressed from “ya want fries wid dat” to general manager in only 6 mos. I should send them to Rem. They could be CEO there before sundown.

Felixd
Felixd
3 years ago

I wonder if he knows about guns.

VT Patriot
VT Patriot
3 years ago
Reply to  Felixd

Guns??? You mean we make guns?? Wow, I’ll have to try one.