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Date: 6/10/2020

U.S. CELLULAR NAMES STOKES AS DIRECTOR OF SALES OVER EAST REGION AND MACE AS BUSINESS AREA SALES MANAGER FOR SOUTHEAST REGION

U.S. Cellular (NYSE: USM) has named Chris Stokes as director of sales for the company’s business channel and Dallin Mace the business area sales manager for the Southeast Region.

 

Stokes is responsible for overseeing the business and government sales teams in the Northeast and Southeast to help ensure customers are equipped with wireless solutions that can simplify and enhance their business or government entity.

 

Stokes has more than 17 years of wireless leadership experience. Prior to this position, he served as business area sales manager for U.S. Cellular’s Southeast Region.

 

Mace is responsible for leading six business sales associates, all aiming to serve the Tennessee and Western North Carolina communities. Mace’s team specializes in medium/enterprise businesses and governments in the communities served.

 

Mace has more than 10 years of wireless leadership experience. Prior to this position, he served as business development manager and was responsible for strategizing with the retail, agent and business channels for ways to improve efficiencies in small/medium business in mid-sized and rural markets.

 

“Chris and Dallin are motivated sales and management leaders with extensive backgrounds and track records of success in the wireless industry,” said Jim Anetsberger, U.S. Cellular’s vice president of business and government. “At U.S. Cellular, we focus on providing the best wireless experience for our customers through a high-quality network and the most knowledgeable associates in the industry.”

 

Stokes is a Tennessee native who lives in Knoxville with his wife. He earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Tennessee Tech University. In his free time, Stokes enjoys participating in endurance sports, primarily marathons.

 

Mace is a Virginia native who lives in the Knox County area with his wife and their two daughters. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Ashford University. In his free time, Mace enjoys playing golf, fishing and outdoor activities, cooking and spending time with friends and family.