Detroit, MI – Night Fision, America’s Precision Tritium company, announced the hiring of Myles Waterman as the company’s Sales Manager.
Director of Sales and Marketing, Jacob Herman, said, “ We are very excited to have Myles join the team as our Sales Manager. Our rocket like growth over the past 12 months has meant moving up our hiring schedule. Myles brings many years of experience to the team in both sales and product development. Myles will be working on strategic O.E.M. accounts as we focus that area of business. Night Fision began with O.E.M. tritium insertion work, and we look forward to growing that business segment.
Myles is joining Night Fision with over 25 years of experience in the firearms industry. Previously, Myles has held positions at Trijicon, Sccy Pistols, and most recently, Ameriglo. Myles has a diverse background on the production side and as sales manager for both accessories and firearms over the years.
“I am thrilled to be able to offer Night Fision Perfect Dot sights and precision tritium insertion services to the customers I have dealt with over the years”, said Myles Waterman. “The technology Night Fision has developed makes this move a natural choice”.
About Night Fision
Based in Metro Detroit, Night Fision brings a rich background of automotive engineering, lean manufacturing and expertise in tritium illumination to the firearms industry. Its sister company, Cammenga, is the official manufacturer of the U.S Army’s Tritium Lensatic Compass and provides them to national militaries around the world. As a result, Night Fision utilizes over 25 years of tritium insertion and military-grade manufacturing expertise to provide the best tritium night sights in the market today. The company’s proprietary Perfect Dot, combined with the CNC precision machined bodies and a higher concentration of tritium gas, allows for the creation of the highest quality firearm night sights with enhanced brightness at a lower price than leading competitors.
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