Robbie Streitz Resigns from PDR Cigars

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Robbie Streitz has announced that he has resigned from his role at PDR Cigars, effective immediately.

Streitz joined PDR Cigars in May 2015 as the national sales manger, though approximately four months ago, Abe Flores made changes to the sales structure in his company and as a result, Streitz moved to a regional sales representative position while helping with key accounts.

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In an email sent to customers on Monday afternoon, Streitz said that “although my time at PDR was a positive overall experience within the last year different ideologies it was time for a separation.”

Previously, Streitz spent time with A.J. Fernandez, Blanco Cigars, and Esteban Carreras in similar roles.

Flores told halfwheel that he considers Streitz a friend and appreciates the time that he spent with the company in both the national sales manager role as well as in his regional role. As part of the internal reorganization, Flores will be overseeing sales himself by utilizing a team of brokers and will not be filling the national sales manager position.

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