Following the recent unwind of the Motorsport Aftermarket Group companies, and with a new leadership team firmly in place, Tucker Powersports announced its “house” of exclusive brands.
Six business units, including Tucker Powersports and J&P Cycles, will become stand-alone businesses.
Motorsport Aftermarket Group announced the hiring of Hugh Charvat as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
Tucker Powersports announced the hiring of Greg Blackwell to the new position of senior vice president of sales and marketing.
Meet Potts, Heichelbech, Buettner and the more of the team at the Tucker display, booths 551 and 567, throughout AIMExpo.
Motorsport Aftermarket Group named Mike Buettner interim CEO of MAG and Bob Peiser as Chairman of the MAG Board of Directors.
As part of this sale, MAG has entered into a multi-year distribution agreement that will continue the strong brand sales through industry leading distribution.
Kenan Ikels, vice president of Tucker Rocky, recently issued a letter to dealers regarding their Chapter 11 status as they plan to emerge from it in Q1. The company filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy in November and has been working with vendors and creditors to restructure their debt.
Andre B. Lacy, chairman of the board of Lacy Diversified Industries (LDI), which owns Motorsport Aftermarket Group and Tucker Rocky, was killed November 30 in a single-rider accident while on a private motorcycle tour in southern Africa, the company announced. Lacy was 78. “We are saddened to share the news that Andre B. Lacy passed
The company expects to move through the process quickly, and emerge in the first quarter 2018 as a stronger, better capitalized and competitive company.
After 15 years Vance & Hines VP John Potts has shifted gears. “It has been a great ride, but it is time to change my road,” said Potts. “It has been an incredible life experience working with the team at Vance & Hines. From Japan to Australia, this is truly one of the best brands
Hail to the chief! Mike Collins is now president and CEO of LeMans Corporation.Collins will now call the shots for house brands, including Moose, Icon, Thor, Arctiva, Slippery and ZlR as well as the distribution business through its five U.S. warehouses, two locations in Canada, and its European distribution center located in Germany. Most recently