May 2009
SGB;May2009, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p50
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the life and achievements of Jason Volk, director of sales, sports and fitness at Oregon Scientific Inc. It states that Volk has enjoyed a successful career in merchandising and store operations, and in his current role, oversees the sport sales and product development for the fitness monitoring products. It mentions that Volk's first job was mopping floors and taking out garbage for a grocery store, and his favorite book is "Father to Son," by Harry Harrison Jr.


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