Norco, CA. (April 16, 2007) – Dubach Racing Development (DRD), a growing player in the aftermarket exhaust business, today announced that Terry Beal has been named as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. In this newly created position, Beal will drive sales, public relations and marketing strategies while overseeing and continuing to build the company’s product line and long-term business direction.
“I am pleased to welcome Terry Beal to our organization. Beal brings a wealth of experience, industry relationships, enthusiasm and knowledge to the position and I’m confident he will play an instrumental role in our continued growth,” commented Doug Dubach, President of Dubach Racing Development. “It was vital to have someone with Beal’s background to manage our sales and marketing efforts, enabling myself and others additional time to test, develop and manufacture the quality DRD racing components and exhaust systems our customers expect.”
Beal, who began his career in advertising and sales with O’Neal USA before his 12-year tenure with Yamaha Motor Corporation, leaves his position as Public Relations Manager to join DRD. “Like others, I have tremendous respect for Doug Dubach and have had the pleasure of working with him for over a decade at Yamaha. As part of the team that helped launch modern four-stroke motocross bikes and all four-strokes since, I’ve seen first-hand Dubach’s testing acumen, effort and passion he brings to several leading off-road companies. With the heart, experience, and knowledge Doug puts into every DRD product, I see tremendous opportunity to expand the business. I’m excited to be joining a company with this kind of focus, customer service, quality products and the potential for growth.
About Dubach Racing Development
Dubach Racing Development sets the aftermarket standard with racing components specifically developed and track tested to enhance production motorcycle and ATV performance. DRD takes production machines The Next Step benefiting the customer with improved performance for their machine, application, riding ability and conditions