Gaydon Brothers Join C2 Reprographics

Evan Gaydon has joined C2 Reprographics as its director of sales. His brother Eric Gaydon, who joined the company in October of last year, has been appointed to the executive team at C2 Reprographics. Both men, natives of Tustin, are well-known in the Orange County reprographics industry.

As director of sales, Evan Gaydon will support the growth of the company's expanding direct sales force with emphasis in the color segment. Evan comes to C2 after a distinguished career in sales at another large competitor, where he worked his way up from his first job in 1994 as a Xerox operator. He was promoted to assistant manager for DocuTech and digital publishing, then assistant manager of the Xerox department. After 10 years working in production, he said, "I talked my way into the sales department as the digital publishing specialist, then went on to become the color specialist and supported 20 sales reps. When the market took a downward turn I was promoted to sales lead, managing a seasoned team of five reps with a yearly base of $15 million in revenue."

As a new member of C2's executive team, Evan's brother Eric, director of color operations, will lead the strategy of C2's color growth globally and support the strategic direction of the firm. In his previous job of 18 years at a competing firm, where Evan also worked, he built the color and mounting department to an enterprise of $1 million per month in revenue. He has been recognized by the Xerox Corporation for "best eye for color in Southern California."

Eric said he exerted no influence over Evan's decision to join C2 Reprographics. "Evan always makes excellent decisions; he is very professional and always provides the best for his clients."

Added C2 President and CEO Gary Crisp, "I couldn't be more pleased with the addition of Eric and Evan Gaydon to the C2 family. Their significant industry knowledge, exceptional talent, strong work ethic, and relentless focus on superior customer service make them a perfect fit for C2."

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