Goldstein to Join Bass-Mollett’s Sales Team
Bass-Mollett Publishers, Inc., a leading provider of printed funeral stationery, is pleased to announce the Elliott Goldstein has accepted their offer to become an Independent Sales Representative in New Jersey.
GREENVILLE, IL (February 27, 2017)— Bass-Mollett Publishers, Inc., a leading provider of printed funeral stationery, is pleased to announce the Elliott Goldstein has accepted their offer to become an Independent Sales Representative in New Jersey. Elliott is filling the territory recently vacated by Dave Garrett, who resigned late last year after a meaningful and successful career.
“I had the opportunity to go down to Greenville to see for myself the Bass-Mollett Facility,” Goldstein said. “I must say, as impressed as I was with the large operation, magnificent machinery, and sheer stock of funeral stationery and supplies, I was more impressed with the people of Bass-Mollett. It seems like the staff operates as one big family—everyone seems to be in sync with one another. I welcome the opportunity to join the team or as I see it…THE FAMILY.”
“Even though they are great, rewarding roles, it’s challenging to fill Sales Representative openings,” said, Dan Sheehan, President of Bass-Mollett. He added, “It became clear early in the interview process that Elliott cares deeply about his customers and works tirelessly to help his Funeral Homes improve their businesses.”
Goldstein added, “When I first became involved in the death care industry in 2001, Funeral Directors would call in an order, years later they would email, now, they simply text. It’s how you do business in 2017. Furthermore, these types of connections assure our business relationship will always thrive despite the intense competition”
Elliott has been representing funeral homes last 17 years. He holds a B.S. in Communications from the College of Staten Island, NY, and resides in Bergenfield, NJ with his wife, Beth and their three children.
Established in 1951, Bass-Mollett Publishers, Inc. is celebrating its 65th year of supplying the funeral industry, helping Funeral Homes through a network of Independent Sales Professionals. Bass-Mollett’s mission has always been to provide customized solutions to Funeral Directors using excellent quality, value, and service so that each family they serve may memorialize their loved one with dignity. Now in its 4th generation of family ownership, Bass-Mollett will continue to proudly and consistently serve the funeral industry for decades to come.
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