Chicago, IL– Heatsheets®, the leading manufacturer of reflective insulation fabrics to keep individuals comfortable in virtually any weather, has announced it has expanded its team with the hiring of Lindsay Neubarth as Business Development Manager. Lindsay will be integral to building on its previous 35 years of innovation by generating new business opportunities and enhancing existing relationships.
“We are focused on hiring high performance individuals with passion who can enhance our overall expertise,” said Chris Falk, President of Advanced Flexible Materials, maker of Heatsheets. “The addition of Lindsay will help solidify our growth plans, but also help continue the tradition of providing the most technical and innovative products in the market today.”
Lindsay will work with the sales team to further expand Heatsheets opportunities into different market sectors. Ms. Neubarth will focus on building new relationships as well as working with existing clients to enhance partnerships. She brings to Heatsheets a vast amount of experience in marketing and sales along with expertise in administration and development within the collegiate sports sector. Most recently, she served as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Lakeland Healthcare Group. Lindsay consistently participates in endurance events including road races and triathlons, and has a passion for collegiate, professional and equestrian sports.
Heatsheets®, the flagship brand of Advanced Flexible Materials, is the leading manufacturer of reflective insulation fabrics to keep individuals comfortable in virtually any weather – heat, wind, cold or rain. Since its 1980 New York City Marathon debut, Heatsheets has been the premier choice for branded race day blankets and capes. To this day, Heatsheets remains the preferred brand that millions rely on for comfort and protection from the elements. Heatsheets’ innovative product line, which utilizes proprietary Silver Lining® technology originally developed by NASA for the U.S. space program, has been used for consumer, commercial and emergency applications including endurance and spectator events, outdoor adventure and survival, military and first responders. Silver Lining reflects up to 90% of a person’s body heat back to the wearer, or can be flipped to reflect external heat sources. For more information, visit www.heatsheets.com.