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Alaska Industrial Hardware Announces New Hire and Promotions

Dec 14, 2020 | Retail, Right Moves

Right Moves with Alaska Industrial Hardware Announces

Alaska Industrial Hardware (AIH), a Bering Straits Native Corporation (BSNC) subsidiary, is pleased to announce the hire of Thuy Vo to the position of Controller and the promotions of Tim Larson and Josh Sieler. Vo has more than 18 years of accounting experience with a boutique public accounting firm that specializes in Alaska Native village corporations, tribal councils, and small businesses all over Alaska. A recipient of the University of Alaska Scholar’s award, Vo graduated from UAA with a bachelor’s in accounting.

Tim Larson has been promoted to Director of Sales for the outside and inside sales operations of AIH and General Hardware Distributors. Larson has been with the company for nine years in outside sales focusing on key accounts and helping to grow new product lines. Prior to joining AIH, Larson worked in production at Anchorage Sand & Gravel. Larson graduated from UAA in 2001 with a bachelor’s in business and marketing.

Josh Sieler has been promoted to Director of Store Operations. Sieler started with AIH in 2001 in an entry-level position at the Wasilla location. He progressively took on roles with increasing responsibilities. He managed the Eagle River store prior to becoming the manager of the new Old Seward Highway location in 2012.

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