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Jim Reaume

Industry Leader Jim Reaume Celebrates 35 Years at Q’STRAINT

35-Year Industry Veteran

It’s been quite a ride for both Jim and Q’STRAINT since the highly respected 35-year veteran started his career with the industry- leading wheelchair securement solutions provider. Proudly working with Q’STRAINT from the company’s humble beginnings, Jim is responsible for the company’s first product sales in the United States.

Some of Jim’s claims to fame in his illustrious wheelchair securement career include winning the transportation industries “Honorary Sales Professional Award.”

Jim was originally hired as a Sales Manager and has worked his way up to Director of Sales for the Transit market. Jim has enthusiastically spearheaded the growth and development of the sales department over the years.


“Stay Humble.”

Jim Reaume, Q’STRAINT Transit Director of Sales

Q'STRAINT Sales Team

Helped Shape the ADA

Before the initial ADA regulations were established, Jim published a white paper based on his experience working with Q’STRAINT in the industry- specific wheelchair securement industry. The information was used by the ADA to help shape and formulate some of its passenger restraint regulations.

Jim is currently responsible for promoting a host of industry- leading wheelchair securement solutions, managing a team of highly professional North American regional sales managers and new geographical markets.

Jim continues to enthusiastically spearhead the growth and development of the sales department. He operates with a business philosophy that centers on the premise that the customer’s satisfaction is always the company’s highest priority.

Stay Humble

Jim has always put his company first and has been coined with the term “Stay Humble” which he uses often when addressing the entire Q’STRAINT team. It seems like yesterday when Jim stepped in as the very first Q’STRAINT employee in 1985. Congratulations and may you continue to succeed throughout your career.

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