Eric Christensen

Regional Area Manager

A seasoned veteran of the commercial tenting industry, Eric Christensen has more than 15 years of experience within the industry. Eric began his career at Aztec in 2005 and immediately became a shining star. When Alex Kouzmanoff (Vice President of Aztec Tents) was asked about Eric he commented, “Eric brings so much to the table. His abilities and skill set extend far beyond his extensive knowledge of the industry and product lines. Eric’s commitment to exceptional customer service is what puts him at the top of the class.”

In 2007, Eric became Aztec’s Regional Account Manager for the Northeast, covering the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont, as well as his home state, Wisconsin. Eric’s focus and drive is based in a deep belief in the importance of educating the consumer. He is motivated by building relationships with his clients and says, “The Aztec culture promotes and encourages relationship building. My own core values fall in line with this viewpoint. In my opinion, the relationship trumps the sale.”

Eric believes whole-heartedly in the Aztec philosophy. With his finger on his customers’ pulse, Eric knows the importance of a company that is agile and has the ability to act quickly and efficiently, exceeding his customers’ needs. While working his territory in the 2008 & 2009 season, he was approached by several customers about the possibility of building a sailcloth tent. Eric believed in the vision and approached Aztec’s management and posed the feasibility question. After extensive Research & Development the new Tidewater product line was introduced. Eric states, “Tidewater has been a tremendous success for our customers. It fills a significant void in their product mix. Furthermore, it speaks directly to Aztec’s commitment to our customers. They asked, we listened and above all, we delivered.”

A native of Silver Bay, Minnesota, Eric graduated from Concordia College with a degree in Marketing & Communications.

Eric is a passionate family man and met his wife Monica while living in Minnesota. They married in 2001, and have two beautiful girls- Cam and Kennedy. Monica owns and operates a chiropractic business in their hometown of Stoughton, Wisconsin. When Eric is not busy with his family or on the road with Aztec, he can be found either on a hockey rink or hitting the water in search of his next great fishing adventure. A former college hockey standout and avid fly fisherman, Eric has a long list of fantastic stories and is willing to share his adventures with anyone who asks.

Eric can be reached at 1-888-298-8368 or via email at e.christensen@aztectent.com

Frame Tents

Frame Tents feature a skeleton of aluminum framework and steel connectors to support the tent top. Although this style of tent is "free-standing" by design, it still must be anchored to resist wind forces. All styles of frame tents have no poles that come to the ground in the interior space of the tent.

Frame Tents

Pole Tents

Pole tents rely on tension in the membrane to hold the shape of the tent system. These tents are supported by single or multiple centerpoles in the middle of the tent area and a series of sidepoles around the perimeter of the tent area. The tent is tensioned toward the anchoring locations commonly with a rope or ratchet strap.

Pole Tents

Clearspan Structures

Similar to Frame Tents, these types of frame supported structures have no interior posts or columns. The unique attribute that Clearspan Structures hold is their ability to span quite large distances without interior posts and also without external guying. Generally, these structures are built for higher loading applications and larger span sizes.

Clearspan Structures

Compatible Plus

'Compatible-Plus®' products are aesthetically and structurally indistinguishable from their competitive counterparts. However, the new series have been re-engineered, incorporating proprietary improvements to their structural quality and integrity. These options allow the tent industry customers to purchase from the vendor they deem best.

Compatible Plus

Accessories

Accessories include liners, legs skirts, doors, raingutters, and materials for repair & replacement parts

Accessories

Specialty Tents

These products are geared for specific applications and are often seen as non-mainstream products. Generally these products are built on an as needed basis and are generally not "on the shelf".

Specialty Tents

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