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Parts Unlimited Announces New Sales Reps

Parts Unlimited would like to welcome Garrett Stokke, Dennis McCool and Kyle White as new sales reps to the company.

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From left – Dennis McCool, Kyle White, and Garrett Stokke

Parts Unlimited would like to welcome Garrett Stokke, Dennis McCool and Kyle White as new sales reps to the company. Stokke will be responsible for the central Texas region, while McCool covers the south central region of Pennsylvania and White will call on the Northwest region covering Northern California and the Bay area.

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Garrett comes to Parts Unlimited having worked his way up through sales and into management with major dealerships in Wisconsin and Texas. A racing enthusiast, Garrett grew up competing in the dirt and transitioned to bigger on-road machines, like his BMW S1000RR; twice tested on the track. In his spare time, Garrett likes to ride all weekend, searching for the best spots to hunt, fish and camp.

Dennis McCool comes to Parts after having spent his time as a service manager and technician for a couple of dealerships in Syracuse. Dennis grew up on dirt bikes and ATVs and has developed a love for anything with a throttle. He now spends his free time restoring his ’79 Camaro Z28 and riding his sport bike.

A California native, Kyle White has worked for a couple of prominent California dealerships as a sales associate and parts manager. Kyle enjoys commuting and riding on his BMW’s or on his Honda CB1255. When not twisting the throttle, Kyle likes backpacking, playing indoor soccer and enjoys Peruvian / Spanish cooking.

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