FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Houston, Texas – March 22, 2022 – Presenture LLC, a national foodservice sales agency, announced today Charles “Chuck” Capousis has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development for the Northeastern United States. Chuck has 25 years of foodservice experience on both the manufacturing and brokerage sides of the business.
In his new role, Chuck is responsible for meeting Presenture’s clients’ foodservice sales goals through distributor and customer calls in addition to managing and training Presenture’s northeast broker network. Chuck’s sales territory expands from Indiana and Kentucky to the northeast coast.
Most recently, Chuck held the position of Director of Corporate and Key Accounts at Kronos Food Corp where he led corporate management of national distributor groups, non-commercial enterprises, and emerging chains. Prior to this, Chuck was the Region Manager at Basic American Foods. His earlier work experience included sales positions at Theodossios, Inc., The Dairy Group, Sweet Street Desserts, and Campbell’s Soup Company.
“Chuck’s sales experience with multiple food manufacturers and diverse product lines makes him a perfect fit for Presenture,” said Michael O. Maher, CEO and founder of Presenture. “I have no doubt he will surpass our clients’ sales goals and be a great addition to our team.”
Presenture, a national sales and marketing agency based in Houston, Texas, excels in helping food manufacturers develop, execute, and accelerate their commercial strategies.
Presenture offers a complete solution for food manufacturers seeking imaginative ways to pivot within their organizations. Presenture’s team of sales, marketing, and support professionals build and manage a national broker network on behalf of its manufacturer-client. This client-specific broker network is supported by a custom go-to-market strategy, regional managers, an inside sales team, and uniform reporting. This eliminates or reduces the need for a manufacturer-owned sales team making Presenture the industry’s most economically prudent business model for food manufacturers.