Factory Connection West Announces HiringFriday, February 16, 2007 | 7:12 AM
Factory Connection announced that Mark Rodgers has been brought on board as the West Coast Sales Manager. Mark is based out of the west coast office in Corona, CA and his primary focus is continued growth and development of FC West operations. He will work closely with Steve Ross, General Manager of Factory Connection and the team in the west coast office.
Steve stated “Mark comes to Factory Connection with over 10 years of experience in sales and marketing. New Business development with dealers and distributors is one of his many strengths. From within the motorcycle industry he has been involved with all aspects of business from sales, marketing, racing, R&D, distribution and management. He has a wealth of knowledge, years of motorcycle industry experience. We expect him to help bring FC West to a new level and also be able to help FC in general with his many contacts and business opportunities.”
“I have been following Factory Connection business and success for a while now. When Ziggy and I started talking about this we were both confident in the future this relationship could have. Then when Steve and I took it even further, it was just icing on the cake for me. Ziggy, Steve Ross and the rest of the team here are all great people. I am looking forward to working with this strong group to take Factory Connection to the next level. They have done an incredible job of building one of the premier suspension businesses by doing the most comprehensive well rounded testing at all levels and in all conditions, having the best products and services and most importantly taking care of the customer. I am pumped about the potential to take the proven philosophy this team has developed and help grow the business,” Mark said.
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