New Reps Joins Flex-Ability Concepts Team
- May 5, 2021
- Posted by: Alan Hageman
- Category: News
A combined 51 years of experience has enhanced the Flex-Ability Concepts team with the addition of new manufacturer’s representatives Brad Moulton and Brian Fee. Moulton is responsible for southern California, and Fee is overseeing the southern Nevada territory. The reps step into this new role after the retirement of Jim Galloway, who we thank for his years of service.
For 26 years, Moulton has been building relationships in the construction industry. He spent 19 years working with ClarkWestern Building Systems, and five of those years were as the vice president of sales and marketing. He has been self-employed for the past seven years as an independent representative. His company, Construction Products Services in Orange County, Calif., helps to bring a variety of products to market.
Moulton lives in southern California with his wife Lisa and youngest daughter, Brianna. He is the father of three children (Bryan and Nikki) with three grandchildren. When he’s not meeting with builders, distributors or architects, he can be found outside cycling, hiking or paddle boarding; in the gym body building; or spoiling his grand babies.
“Flex-C Trac aligns itself perfectly with my current product lines, so this was an ideal fit for me and Flex-Ability Concepts,” Moulton says. “I have 26 years of construction relationships to network with and call on to represent all that Flex-Ability Concepts does.”
Fee brings 25 years of experience as a lather, contractor, business owner and sales representative. The San Diego native started his own plastering company in the area before moving to Phoenix in 2005.
“Jim talked about what a great company Flex-Ability Concepts is, and I was excited to add these products into my mix,” Fee says. “I also can relate to all the hurdles contractors are trying to overcome in the field because I once was in their shoes. Now I can access my network from all over the country to problem solve with contractors and represent these quality framing products.”
Fee started his manufacturing representative company in 2010. He named it Feeassco, and it has been anything but a fiasco as he grows his client base and provides needed services to the contractor community. Fee has two college-age kids—son Jacob and daughter Ashley—with his wife Kimberly.
Fee takes advantage of his climate when not in the office, and he can be found golfing, exercising, traveling and entertaining.