George Hotton spent over 35 years at the Theodore Presser music publishing company. In 1966, George first worked at the publisher’s retail store in downtown Philadelphia. He later was promoted to salesman and then sales manager, traveling the country calling on dealers from coast to coast. George became Vice President for Presser and played a very important role in the early days of the Retail Print Music Dealers Association (RPMDA). The organization presented him with their coveted “Dorothy Award” for his contributions to the development of the retail print industry.
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