Greenger Powersports Expands Team with New District Managers

The innovative electric powersports company expands its sales team to accommodate rapid, nationwide expansion.

Greenger Powersports, renowned for creating the world’s first electric officially licensed CRF in collaboration with Honda, has announced the newest additions to its rapidly growing sales team. Randy Valade and Drew Hall join Greenger Powersports as the new Southwest and Southeast district sales managers respectively. Together, they are gearing up to push Greenger Powersports forward into a new era of nationwide growth.

“I’m excited to have Randy and Drew join the Greenger Powersports team as we work to elevate the level of service we provide to our dealer partners,” said JJ Pecsok, vice president of sales and marketing at Greenger Powersports. “Randy has built a name for himself in the powersports industry as being one of the best, and I have had the privilege of knowing him for many years. Drew has also built a strong reputation for himself through his years at the dealership level and has a deep understanding of what challenges and opportunities they face. Together, they will play key roles in our expansion.”

Valade, the new Southwest district sales manager, joins the Greenger Powersports team with over 18 years of experience in the powersports industry under his belt. He grew up racing motorcycles from a young age, working at local motorcycle shops to fund his competitive efforts. However, he eventually left racing in 2005 to pursue a career in the powersports industry. From there, he held a variety of marketing roles under the Tucker Powersports umbrella and is now excited to be making a major transition to the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) side of the industry with Greenger Powersports.

Hall, the new Southeast district sales manager, was also involved in the motorcycle industry from an early age. Bringing over 17 years of experience in powersports, Hall started his career as a salesperson but rapidly propelled through the ranks into dealership management. While working at Barney’s Motorcycle and Marine in Florida, he discovered his passion for e-vehicles. He helped bridge a gap in the market by adding a full line of electric motorcycles to the showroom floor, which soon became a significant driver of the business. He is thrilled to bring his skillset to the OEM world with Greenger Powersports.

As Greenger Powersports’ first two district sales managers, Valade and Hall will be responsible for elevating service for Greenger dealers across the nation by calling on, visiting and demonstrating products with them. They will also stay immersed in the motorcycle industry by attending trade shows within their territories and interacting with customers. Valade will cover the states of California and Arizona, while Hall’s territory includes Florida, Alabama and Georgia.

“I am happy to see our sales team continue to grow and develop with the addition of our new district sales managers,” said Simon Zhu, founder and CEO of Greenger Powersports. “It will take a dedicated team effort to bring Greenger to where it needs to go, and I’m confident that these gentlemen will help us achieve our goals by bringing exceptional service to our dealers and customers while also being an integral part of their local powersports communities.”

For more information on Greenger Powersports, visit www.greengerpowersports.com.

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