PHOENIX, AZ — Cutter Aviation is pleased to announce the appointment of Bryant Elliott as the Regional Sales Manager for Texas Piper based in San Antonio, Texas.
Bryant grew up in Southlake, Texas. Right after high school, he enrolled in the Professional Pilot program at Oklahoma State University, where he graduated with his Commercial Multi Engine and CFII with honors. After earning his bachelor’s degree, he went on to attain a master’s degree in Aviation Management from OSU. While completing his course, he worked teaching flight lessons and accumulated over 1,000 flight hours.
Shortly after graduation, Bryant was hired on as the Delivery Specialist for Piper Aircraft in Vero Beach, FL. It didn’t take long for his hard work and professionalism to be recognized. He was quickly promoted to Supervisor and then Manager of the Aircraft Order and Delivery Department. His latest position as Sr. Manager, Product Marketing allowed him to be the voice of the customer and made significant improvements to the entire product line. During his twelve-year tenure with Piper, he developed an intricate understanding of all their products, including the manufacturing and assembly of the aircraft.
Bryant is married and has two young daughters. He is an avid outdoorsman and loves fishing, hunting, and flying. With over 2,000 flight hours, most of which are in Piper aircraft, he is an accomplished pilot and is exceedingly familiar with the entire Piper line. He possesses both the technical background and flight experience to help clients navigate the purchase of their new Piper aircraft.
Name: Genaro Sanchez
, Director of Marketing & Communications
Company: Cutter Aviation
Email: [email protected]
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