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How Supply Chain Issues Affect Musical Instrument Manufacturers

Podcast Episode Summary

This week Nick Averwater talks with Shane Deuel, Regional Sales Director for Eastman Music Company, and host of the podcast Ed Rep Radio.  Shane gives us an insider's view of how supply chain issues are affecting instrument manufacturers. We'll also learn about the different brands in the Eastman family, and find out about some of the company's more popular instruments. Our conversation was recorded February 7, 2022.


Podcast Guest

Shane Deuel

Shane Deuel is an experienced sales professional with a demonstrated history of growing sales in the school music industry. He earned a Bachelor of Music degree from Western Michigan University in 2002. After college, he worked for The Instrumentalist Magazine, Band Director Media Group, and Legacy Music Alliance in both sales and consulting.

In the summer of 2004, Shane started working for Summerhays Music Center. He worked as both an outside Sales representative and as Director of the Education Services Department. In 2009, during his time at Summerhays Music, Shane received the "Service to Music Education" Award from the Utah Music Educators Association. After 9 years with Summerhays, he transitioned to his role of Regional Sales Director at Eastman Music Company. He has been with Eastman since 2013.

In 2022, he started the Ed Rep Radio podcast, which you can subscribe to here.

Photo & Biography credit: Linkedin


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