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KTM Appoints New Sales Managers

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KTM North America, Inc is excited to welcome Kevin Foley and Randy Mullinix as the newest members of its North America sales force.

Foley will operate as the Southwest Area Sales Manager while Mullinix will oversee the Northwest territory. Both managers bring with them extensive motorcycle industry knowledge and are a welcome addition to the KTM family.

Foley, an avid motorcyclist, has 15 years industry experience in sales, product liability litigation and media relations as well as a lifetime experience as a rider, both on and off-road. Foley was voted AMA Professional Motocross Rookie of the Year and is a 9-time AMA Amateur National Motocross Champion and AMA Sports Veteran Rider of the year. His knowledge of the motorcycle industry and product has been essential to his career success and make him a great asset to the KTM brand.

Mullinix’ passion for the motorcycle world began at a young age as he grew up riding and racing while working at multiple motorcycle dealerships while still in high school. He dipped his hand in every aspect at the dealer level operating as lead salesman, technician, Parts Manager and even Performance Specialist.

He furthered his career when he began work as Operations Manager for Pro Moto Billet and Fastway Performance where he worked for three years before accepting the position of District Sales Manager for a motorcycle manufacturer. His well-rounded motorcycle industry background makes him the perfect fit for the Northwest Area Sales Manager position at KTM.

Randy Mullinix says: "I have been a dirt bike guy since I can remember; spending most of my time at a motocross track racing regionally and am excited to have a position with a company that encourages riding and helps bring back that inner enthusiasm for the sport of motorcycling. I am excited to work at KTM as they are a company on the move with deep roots in off-road which is where I want to be."

Brad Hagi (Vice President of Sales, KTM North American Inc.) says: "We are honored to have both gentlemen join our existing sales force at KTM. Both have successful careers and illustrate a passion for the motorsports industry and a skill set that fits our sales team perfectly. We look forward to many successful years working together with them to achieve our growing sales targets."

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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