Lone Star Circuits Adds Lance Riley as VP of Sales


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Lone Star Circuits a high reliability technology driven printed circuit board manufacturer is pleased to announce that Lance Riley has joined the company as Vice President of Sales.

Riley brings over 25 years of industry sales experience with an in-depth understanding of advanced interconnect packaging, materials, SWaP (size, weight, and power) strategies and will be responsible for creating / managing strategic relationships along with developing pursuit / win strategies to meet the short and long term objectives of the organization.

“Lance’s extensive experience in technical sales and his ability to leverage management resources, subject matter experts, and program implementation will drive business synergies that are critical to our future growth and profitability,” said Ed Porter, President and COO of Lone Star Circuits.

Riley joins Lone Star Circuits from TTM Technologies, Inc. where he was Sr. Principal Engineer and prior to TTM, Riley was the V.P. Sales and Advanced Technology for Unicircuit, Inc. where he was responsible for securing business and functional ownership of enterprise level actions plans for strategic growth.

“I am excited about the opportunity to work with a veteran executive management team and building a world-class sales organization within a fast growing technology driven company, while continuing Lone Star’s reputation of being an easy company to do business, where the customer and partners receive exceptional support in a timely manner,” said Riley.

About Lone Star Circuits

Since Lone Star Circuits began business in 1986, they've seen dramatic growth in technology, capability, and service offerings. They operate out of a 101,000 square foot state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Wylie, Texas (a Dallas suburb) building rigid printed circuit boards (PCBs) for high technology and high reliability applications.

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